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Diversity Reception

Diversity & Inclusion

The University of the Pacific community - including students, faculty, staff, administrators, and alumni - believes that diversity and inclusion are essential to the fulfillment of our institutional mission. We value inclusiveness in learning, curricular and co-curricular programming, campus climate, recruitment, admissions, hiring and retention.

Pacific McGeorge campus in residential Sacramento fosters a vibrant, supportive and welcoming community, which celebrates the many definitions of diversity in our student body and community.


2015 South Asian Bar Association of Sacramento Scholarship (in conjunction wit the Unity Bar) — This scholarship will be awarded to a law student whose achievements are consistent with SABA of Sacramento’s goals of promoting the advancement of people of South Asian descent and helping serve the needs of the South Asian community. Application deadline is Sept. 25, 2015 | Additional information (pdf)


11th Annual Diversity Open House and Reception at the Sacramento County District Attorney's Office — On Oct. 20, 2015, explore career opportunities as a prosecutor, mingle with the District Attorney, learn about summer employment opportunities and sign up to shadow a Deputy District Attorney for the day. RSVP requested. | Additional information (pdf)

Latino Heritage Month Events at the University of the Pacific — Pacific's Latino Heritage Month celebration will feature a guest speaker Professor Claire Joysmith, a performance of Ballet Folklorico, Noche de Musica concert, a Spanish lecture by Mexican novelist and essayist Luis Arturo Ramos and an exciting performance of "Gaytino" by Dan Guerrero. Review the events.

Achieving Success in the Law School Application Process (ASAP) — CLEO presents ASAP, a program that will focus on aspects of the law school application process that are commonly overlooked or undervalued. | Additional information (pdf)

Other Opportunities

Inaugural National Health Law Writing Competition — This competition is designed to encourage law students to write scholarly papers on current topics relevant to health law. Papers may address any area of the law as applied to the health care industry or area of the law unique to health care. Entries will be considered for publication in the WCL Health Law and Policy Brief. Deadline is Nov. 30, 2015 | Additional information

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