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Sue Ann Van Dermyden — Class of 1993
Before #MeToo, Van Dermyden investigated workplace issues
William Palmer ’89: McGeorge’s “Lone Jedi"
William Palmer ’89: McGeorge’s “Lone Jedi"
McGeorge’s Joshua White ’21 landed a prestigious internship to hone his skills in legal advocacy.
Summer internship helping McGeorge student hone advocacy skills
It was decades ago, but Sue Ann Van Dermyden remembers her first encounter with the law.
Before #MeToo, Van Dermyden investigated workplace issues

It was decades ago, but Sue Ann Van Dermyden remembers her first encounter with the law.


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Alumnus William Palmer '89 has been using his McGeorge School of Law education to
William Palmer '89: McGeorge's "Lone Jedi"

Alumnus William Palmer '89 has been using his McGeorge School of Law education to "straighten the arc of justice."


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Nevada magazine lists McGeorge grads among the elite

University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law graduates are proving again that they are among the legal profession elite.


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Aspiring legal advocate overcame homelessness to earn two bachelor’s degrees, an MBA and give back to his community.
Summer internship helping McGeorge student hone advocacy skills

Aspiring legal advocate overcame homelessness to earn two bachelor’s degrees, an MBA and give back to his community


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University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law hosted its first Unity Graduation Celebration  May 17 in the Lecture Hall.
Unity celebrated at McGeorge

University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law hosted its first Unity Graduation Celebration May 17 in the Lecture Hall.


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The International Jurist gives McGeorge’s LLM programs high marks

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.


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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.
McGeorge law students help children over immigration hurdles

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.


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Law student Simone Leighty '20 in early June will vie for a winner-take-all $10,000 prize in the Top Gun National Mock Trial Competition at Baylor University School of Law.
McGeorge law student to argue to be 'Top Gun' in mock trial competition

Law student Simone Leighty '20 in early June will vie for a winner-take-all $10,000 prize in the Top Gun National Mock Trial Competition at Baylor University School of Law.


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2019 Coif Luncheon

Day Division valedictorian Michael Hopkins and Evening Division valedictorian Paige Davidson headline a group of 15 new graduates who were inducted into the McGeorge Chapter of the Order of the Coif on May 17, 2019.


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Law professor Julie Davies was recognized during the all-university Commencement on May 11 with the Order of Pacific, the university’s highest award.
Professor Julie Davies awarded Order of Pacific

Law professor Julie Davies was recognized during the all-university Commencement on May 11 with the Order of Pacific, the university’s highest award.


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McGeorge’s Daniel Croxall appeared on the The Full Pint Podcast to speak about his role at the law school.
The Full Pint taps into Croxall’s craft beer expertise

McGeorge’s Daniel Croxall appeared on the The Full Pint Podcast to speak about his role at the law school.


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In 2018, 95 percent of Katherine Fleming's casework involved protecting Sacramento-area immigrants facing deportation.
Alumni making a difference: Katherine Fleming née Oldham '11

In 2018, 95 percent of Katherine Fleming's casework involved protecting Sacramento-area immigrants facing deportation.


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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, was recognized by SafeQuest Solano Inc. as a Solano County Local Hero.
VCRC Director Mariam El-Menshawi receives Local Hero Award

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.


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The Global Center for Business and Development at McGeorge School of Law took on some of today’s most pressing issues surrounding pharmaceuticals.
McGeorge Conference Examines Issues Concerning Pharmaceutical Regulation

The Global Center for Business and Development at McGeorge School of Law took on some of today’s most pressing issues surrounding pharmaceuticals.


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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 Student Awarded Prestigious Peggy Browning Fellowship

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.


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