When it comes to recommending University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law to potential students, Daniel Cacciatore ’20 doesn’t spare the accolades.
Michelle H. Wong-Halabi ’03 didn’t set out to represent high-profile professional athletes and coaches — but University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law prepared her for the unexpected career twist.
Consuelo Amezcua ’20 recalls being an advocate for others since her early teens when she translated and completed important paperwork for her immigrant parents.
Gerald “Jerry” Caplan, former University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law dean, passed away March 14. He was 82.
Rigorous instruction, meticulous preparation and a student-centered faculty equipped University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law students to shine in a series of regional and national competitions testing their skills for client advocacy.
The Capital Center for Law & Policy recently brought State Senator Scott Wiener (D – San Francisco) to McGeorge School of Law to speak to students, alumni, and faculty about his work in the California Legislature and his penchant for choosing the most complex policy issues facing the state of California.
Ronald Ussery Jr. ’21 is well on his way to achieving his goal of becoming a sports agent representing players in the National Football League.
By the time Anthony Crisostomo graduated with a law degree, he knew he was ready for the challenges that lay ahead.
University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law students walked away with awards and high praise in two moot court competitions in late February and early March.
University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law continues on its past successes in American Bar Association (ABA) competitions. The school will once again send a team to compete at the national level, this time in Client Interviewing and Counseling.
One of the nation’s leading legal minds in international law and human rights, Harold Hongju Koh, will be the keynote speaker for University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law’s 2020 commencement.
Renowned sports agent Scott Boras ’77, ’82 will be a special guest lecturer in The Art and Science of Negotiation and in Sports Law courses at University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law’s Summer Programs in Salzburg in Austria, July 5–25.
Jack Duran Jr. ’02 comes from a law-enforcement family, but he was 33 years old when he decided to go back to school to study law.
A fifth-generation Hawaiian with a 45-year law career under his belt, Michael Lilly ’74 says he has “a lot of aloha” for McGeorge School of Law.
University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law this month will host an event promoting social justice that allows public interest-minded law students to learn about career opportunities.