University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law was rated among the top law schools in the nation for providing Master of Laws degrees to international students, according to The International Jurist.
Students at University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law recently helped three children facing abuse, neglect, abandonment and even death come closer to becoming permanent U.S. residents.
Law professor Julie Davies was recognized during the all-university Commencement on May 11 with the Order of Pacific, the university’s highest award.
McGeorge’s Daniel Croxall appeared on the The Full Pint Podcast to speak about his role at the law school.
In 2018, 95 percent of Katherine Fleming's casework involved protecting Sacramento-area immigrants facing deportation.
As part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month commemoration, Mariam El-Menshawi ’11, director and principal attorney of McGeorge School of Law’s Victims of Crime Resource Center (VCRC), was recognized by SafeQuest Solano Inc. as a Solano County Local Hero.
The Global Center for Business and Development at McGeorge School of Law took on some of today’s most pressing issues surrounding pharmaceuticals.
The Peggy Browning Fund has awarded a 10-week summer fellowship to Consuelo Amezcua, a second-year student at University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law.
McGeorge School of Law will launch new online law and graduate master's degree programs in water, environment, and government.
University of Chicago Press has just published Justice Scalia: Rhetoric and the Rule of Law by McGeorge professors Brian G. Slocum (Editor) and Francis J. Mootz III (Editor).
The director of the California Victims of Crime Resource Center (VCRC), Mariam El-Menshawi, was invited by California Governor Gavin Newsom to attend a discussion about victims’ rights issues.
University of Denver, Sturm College of Law emerged victorious at the prestigious invite-only National Ethics Trial Competition (NETC) hosted by McGeorge School of Law.
University of the Pacific's McGeorge School of Law strengthened its position as a national leader in trial advocacy.
United States Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony M. Kennedy (Ret.) will teach for his 29th year in the McGeorge summer program in Salzburg, Austria.
On Feb. 16 to 17, representatives of nearly 30 law schools gathered at St. Thomas Law School in Minnesota to advance the cause of teaching professional development in law schools. As one of the nation's leaders in promoting professional formation in legal education, five McGeorge professors have contributed to working groups and three of those presented and participated in this year's conference.