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Bill Lockyer, ’86, spent over 30 years in the California Legislature.

The career of Bill Lockyer, ‘86, includes notable positions such as California’s Attorney General and State Treasurer, earning him national admiration.

Lockyer currently serves as of counsel in the Government Law & Strategies Practice Group at an Orange County firm, brings a wealth of experience

Tim Long, ’88, is the co-managing shareholder of Greenberg Traurig.

Tim Long, ‘88, has deep experience litigating complex labor and employment issues, having served as lead counsel in multiple class, collective, and representative actions and advising on dozens more. Long is the co-managing shareholder of Greenberg Traurig’s Sacramento office. 

Long’s clients include a variety of financial

Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court CompetitionThe team of Swanson, Stephen Ribet ’24 and Daniel Perle ’24 placed second in the regional rounds of the Saul Lefkowitz Moot Court Competition in San Francisco. The team earned best oralist team at the regional round of the competition. The Lefkowitz competition is widely recognized as the most prestigious intellectual property competition in the country.Swanson, Ribet, and Perle also competed

Pat Lundvall, ‘89, graduated from McGeorge School of Law as valedictorian. Over the past three decades, her impressive legal career and unwavering commitment to public service and community involvement have distinguished her among McGeorge School of Law’s alumni.

Currently serving as a Partner at McDonald Carano LLP in Nevada, Lundvall chairs the firm’s statewide Commercial & Complex Litigation Practice Group.

A city attorney serves as chief legal counsel for a city. They provide legal guidance to city officials, departments, and agencies, ensuring compliance with laws and regulations. Their responsibilities include drafting laws, reviewing contracts, and representing the city in litigation. City attorneys also manage legal risks, uphold ethical standards, and contribute to public policy decisions. Their role is vital in

The University of the Pacific Board of Regents has approved four new members whose deep and varied talents and experiences will benefit the governing board of California’s first and oldest university.Jessica Coleman ’99, Robert Eglet ’88, Bradford Gleason ’81 and Bradford Shafer ’82 were unanimously elected by the Board of Regents on June 21. Their three-year terms started July 1.Regent

Justice Ronald Robie, ‘67, serves as an associate justice on the Third District of the California Courts of Appeal, with a distinguished career spanning roles at the Sacramento County Municipal Court and the Sacramento County Superior Court. He has demonstrated leadership in environmental law, judicial education, and mentoring at the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law. 

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The Hon. Andrea L. Hoch, ’84

The legal career of the Hon. Andrea L. Hoch, ’84, is a testament to dedication, expertise, and public service. Appointed to the California Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District by California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, she took office on January 3, 2011. Her appointment followed a notable stint as the governor’s