General

Senior Justice James Hardesty, ’75

Senior Justice James W. Hardesty graduated from the University of Nevada, Reno with a Bachelor of Science degree in accounting in 1970. While an undergraduate student, Hardesty was elected President of the student body and named outstanding senior graduate. Hardesty graduated from McGeorge School of Law in 1975 and immediately returned

The Hon. Barbara Kronlund, ’89, has served on the bench for nearly 20 years.

The Hon. Barbara Kronlund, ’89, is a distinguished figure in the legal community, recognized for her significant contributions and achievements. Graduating with distinction from McGeorge School of Law in 1989 and earning a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology cum laude from Pepperdine

Jose Hermocillo’s, ‘83, career in government relations, public affairs, and strategic communications spans decades. He has been at the center of dozens of high-profile ballot measure campaigns and legislative and regulatory debates on issues ranging from healthcare and workers’ compensation to natural resources and taxation. 

Jose Hermocillo, ’83, Partner at Integrated Communications Strategies.

After graduating with

Anna Frostic, ‘06, is the Senior Vice President of Programs and Policy for the Humane Society International.

When Anna Frostic, ‘06, came to McGeorge School of Law, she traded researching in laboratory settings for practicing law. With a background in physical and biological anthropology, Frostic has always been passionate about protecting animals, especially through wildlife conservation.

On Tuesday, McGeorge School of Law’s Homeless Advocacy Clinic (HAC) submitted an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court in Grants Pass v. Johnson. Professor Ron Hochbaum, staff attorney Tori Larett, and third-year law student Rachel Alstrom co-authored the brief with a team of attorneys representing the Western Regional Advocacy Project (WRAP), a coalition of organizers dedicated to