BA, MPP, Public Policy University of Chicago
Rex Frazier serves as President of the Personal Insurance Federation of California. He represents PIFC’s member companies before the California State government and provides advice on legislative, regulatory, litigation and political matters. He has served in a variety of state and political positions and is regularly recognized in Capitol Weekly's "Top 100" list of most influential individuals in California politics.
Professor Frazier presented "The Capital Lawyering Concentration & Courses at McGeorge" at the Fifth Colonial Frontier Legal Writing Conference on Drafting Statutes and Rules: Pedagogy, Practice, and Politics at Duquesne University School of Law. His article, "Drafting Statutes and Rules: Pedagogy, Practice and Politics," appeared in the 2017 symposium issue of the Duquesne Law Review. (Read)
Professor Frazier teaches two courses at McGeorge. "California Lobbying and Politics" focuses on the deliberative and non-deliberative factors which influence California state lawmaking. The course includes a simulated legislative hearing in the State Capitol to develop written and oral legislative advocacy skills.
The "Legislative and Public Policy Clinic" is a year-long course in which students develop proposals to change California law and then seek passage or implementation. Recognized as one of the country's most innovative legal clinics, students have a unique opportunity for "hands on" experience to enact actual legal change.
Professor Frazier graduated as valedictorian from McGeorge School of Law at the University of the Pacific. In addition, Mr. Frazier received graduate and undergraduate degrees in public policy from the University of Chicago. Mr. Frazier lives in Sacramento with his wife, April, and their two sons.
California Lobbying & Politics
Legislative & Public Policy Clinic