On Thursday, August 20, the faculty of the University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law unanimously passed a resolution, linked here, declaring “unequivocally” that “Black Lives Matter” and that the law school will actively work “to become and remain an antiracist institution.”
Like many people who pursue a career practicing law, Chelsea Tibbs, JD ’15, is driven by a passion for organizing and service.
In an era of climate change that has aggravated and accentuated divisions over water usage and storage, one of McGeorge's recent Master of Public Administration graduates is well on his way to making his mark in the critical field of water resources management.
The practice of law is called just that because it requires constant vigilance, reflection, and yes plenty of practice.
College law professor. Craft beer attorney. Daniel Croxall (’08 JD) leads an interesting and varied life with these dual professions—and passions.
Health care and health care law and policy come together in Sacramento like few other places in the country. After all, Sacramento is home to the state Capitol, medical and administrative offices for the health care industry, and McGeorge School of Law.
Although its annual awards ceremony could not be held in person, McGeorge's Order of the Coif chapter proudly accepted 14 new members into its ranks in May 2020.
A quick heads up – today will be the first of some extra podcasts here and in your podcast feeds for The CAP⋅impact Podcast related to the recent SCOTUS decisions this month.
On June 18, 2020, the Supreme Court found in a 5-4 decision that the Trump administration’s acts to end DACA violated the law and vacated the order ending DACA.
Thomas Humann ’20 planned to study law immediately after serving in the Marines. But he fell in love with flying helicopters and airplanes so his dream took decades to come true.
There have been a few memorable firsts for McGeorge School of Law alumna Mara W. Elliott ’94.
Though he was a bit older than many of his fellow students, David Witkin ’20 believes pursuing a degree McGeorge School of Law was the best decision he ever made.
Ejiro Okoro entered McGeorge School of Law with a passion for community-building and a commitment to support individuals and families experiencing poverty.
Simone Leighty ’20 knows being the top gun, especially in a place like Texas, is something very special.
Dan Hentschke ’77 has been fascinated by local, state and institutional law since taking a municipal law class at McGeorge School of Law in 1976.