McGeorge School of Law

Career to Course: McGeorge Faculty Discuss How Their Legal Practice Has Shaped the Courses That They Teach

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McGeorge law professors have substantial experience practicing in the areas in which they teach. Please join them in one or more of the panels below to learn about these legal careers, the courses that they teach, and the McGeorge curriculum! The panels will be conducted via ZOOM, with an opportunity to ask questions and interact with our faculty.

Wednesday, June 24, noon to 1 p.m.

Larry Lavine

Professor Larry Levine — LGBT+ Law Advocacy, and his Sexual Identity and Gender in the Law Course

Professor Levine has been a frequent panelist, lecturer, and speaker on legal issues involving torts and sexual orientation. He has served on the State Bar Committee on Sexual Orientation Discrimination as well as the board of directors of the AIDS Legal Referral Panel of Northern California and Sacramento Lawyers for the Equality of Gays and Lesbians. Read more >>

Mary-Beth Moylan

Associate Dean Mary-Beth Moylan — Government Lawyering and her California Initiative Seminar

Associate Dean Moylan has a long-standing passion for and expertise in politics and government. Since 2003, she has supervised the publication of the California Initiative Review, an online journal providing objective and neutral analysis of each statewide ballot proposition. Read more >>

Jarrod Wong

Professor Jarrod Wong — International Law Practice and his International Arbitration Course

Professor Wong is an Advisory Board Member of the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (ITA), a prominent educational forum in the field of international arbitration. Read more >>

Thursday, July 9, noon to 1 p.m.

Dan Croxall

Professor Dan Croxall — Craft Beer Law Practice, and his Craft Beer Law Course

In 2013, Professor Croxall opened his own law firm, Croxall Law, to focus his practice on representing California craft breweries. Croxall has become an expert on regulatory and business issues that impact craft breweries in California. Read more >>

Jeff Proske

Associate Dean Jeff Proske — In-House Counsel and his Art of The Deal Course

Prior to coming to McGeorge, Professor Proske served as the General Counsel for National Commercial Ventures, Inc., a Los Angeles, California based national commercial real estate investment company and developer. Prior to that, he served as Associate General Counsel for The Ryland Group, Inc., a Calabasas, California based, Fortune 500, NYSE-listed, high-volume homebuilder. Read more >>

Ederlina Co

Professor Ederlina Co — Civil Rights Lawyering and her Reproductive Rights Course

Professor Co has extensive experience in the public and private sectors. Prior to joining the McGeorge faculty, Professor Co spent nearly a decade clerking for the Honorable Dale A. Drozd at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of California. She worked almost exclusively on prisoner civil rights and habeas corpus cases. Read more >>

Tuesday, July 28, noon to 1 p.m.

Jennifer Harder

Professor Jennifer Harder — Environmental Law practice and her Water Law Course

Professor Harder bring to the classroom a decade of practice as an attorney and partner at Downey Brand LLP, where she represented local governments and private entities on water, environmental, and public agency issues. Read more >>

Cary Bricker

Professor Cary Bricker — Public Defender work and her Trial Advocacy Courses

Professor Cary Bricker teaches in the law school’s multi-award winning Trial Advocacy program and leads our top-ranked competition teams. Professor Bricker began her legal career as a staff attorney with the New York Legal Aid Society, Criminal Division, taking 20 jury trials to verdict in four years. As a senior staff attorney with the Federal Defender Division of the Legal Aid Society, Professor Bricker tried 25 jury trials to verdict. Read more >>

Michael Mireles

Professor Mike Mireles — Intellectual Property Practice and IP and Information Privacy Law Course

Professor Mireles was an associate attorney at Downey Brand, practicing intellectual property and commercial law, and was a law clerk to Circuit Judge S. Jay Plager of the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington, D.C. Read more >>


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