The “McGeorge Legacies” blog series allows our current students and their alumni family to share their experiences, passions, and lessons with our community. While many legacy students find their passion for the law through a family member’s experience, they often forge their own path once they begin their personal journey through law school. We are proud of everything our alumni

There might be a light flickering at the end of a dark tunnel California employers have been walking through for more than 15 years. In December 2021, California’s Secretary of State approved the distribution of a petition to put on the 2022 ballot an initiative that would effectively repeal California’s Private Attorneys General Act (PAGA). PAGA has allowed employees to

University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law third-year and Capital Lawyering Concentration student Knarik Melkonyan recently gave testimony to the California Assembly’s Committee on Higher Education on Assembly Bill 1232. The bill was developed by Melkonyan and her partner in McGeorge’s Legislative and Public Policy Clinic, Mo Roeckl-Navazio. The legislation would allow recent immigrants to access English as

Colatrella co-developed McGeorge School of Law’s innovative, required first-year course “The Legal Profession,” and is a nationally sought-after contributor on legal education reform issues. He served as Interim Dean at McGeorge School of Law during the 2019-2020 academic year and as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs for four years.The Institute, founded in 1991, develops materials for faculty that can be

We are excited to announce the launch of a brand new blog series, “McGeorge Legacies!

Keep an eye here as we share stories from current McGeorge students and their alumni parents, siblings, and other family. They’ll share details about what drew them to law school, challenges they’ve faced, what they’ve learned while practicing law, and some of their

Last weekend I sat on the agent panel for the AFCA 35 Under 35 Coaches Leadership Institute. On today’s podcast episode, I go through the questions that were asked of the panelists and provide my answers. Learn about the Coach’s Career Development Program: Set a one-on-one meeting with me:

The United States Supreme Court yesterday blocked the Biden administration‘s enforcement of a requirement that employees at large businesses be vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo weekly testing and wear a mask.

How did we get here?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (“OSHA”) was gearing up to implement a vaccine-or-test requirement for staff at any company with more than 100

Anna Frostic’s lifelong passion for protecting animals launched the 2007 McGeorge School of Law alumna to a top role for an international non-profit.Now serving as the senior vice president of programs and policy for the Humane Society International, Frostic said it was her time at McGeorge that defined her path, which has included successfully advocating for improved animal welfare.