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Advocacy Certificate

Pacific McGeorge offers students exceptional faculty and facility resources in advocacy. Students who wish to become litigators receive specialized practical training to prepare for effective careers in litigation, civil and/or criminal trial and appellate work, or dispute resolution. A wide range of popular courses enables the student to learn and demonstrate competencies in writing, appellate and trial oral advocacy, knowledge and application of evidence, trial preparation, trial conduct, alternative dispute resolution, negotiation and counseling, and clinical representation of clients.

How to Apply

To apply, complete the Certificate/Concentration Form prior to the Add/Drop Deadline of your final law school term. Students may, and are encouraged to, fill out the form earlier.

Questions?

Contact Professor Thomas J. Leach, Director of the Advocacy Certificate Program
Email | 916.739.7002