Tara Lucero, ‘25, decided to pursue her legal studies at McGeorge School of Law because she felt most at home and felt the Office of JD Admissions was always there for her. Lucero recommends McGeorge School of Law’s JD program to prospective student because of the wide variety of options and resources that are offered at the school. Lucero

I was blessed to catch a CNN interview with Former Google CEO and Executive Chair, Eric Schmidt, earlier this year.

With what seems like the majority of folks, including the CNN reporter, focusing on the dangers of AI, Schmidt sees its benefits.

Schmidt’s take is an important one for lawyers and law firms, who and the people they serve

Microsoft wil start selling its AI software, CoPilot, on November 1. CoPilot will be priced at $30 a person per month, which comes on top of the price for the legacy Office 365 suite.

Will Feuer of the The Wall Street Journal reports,

The Copilot software is designed to help employees with building PowerPoint presentations, managing their Outlook inbox

Gerald “Gerry” Latasa, ’13, earned an undergraduate degree in social science from the University of the Pacific and a law degree from McGeorge School of Law, making him a Double Tiger. Latasa practices workers’ compensation law in Sacramento representing employers, insurance companies, and third-party administrators in administrative hearings throughout the state.

Latasa said McGeorge prepared him to be a

OpenAI continues to make noteworthy advancements in artificial intelligence.

Cade Metz and Tiffany Hsu of The New York Times report this morning that OpenAI has combined its DALL-E image generator with its popular chatbot, ChatGPT.

What Does This Mean?

Simply put, DALL-E 3 can now create detailed images based on textual descriptions provided by legal publishers. Not only can a

Last week we talked about how to become a powerful creator in your life. This week, we’re talking about a potent strategy to help yourself become that powerful creator both in your law practice and in your life: your words. You may not pay attention to the words you use, but words reflect what you believe. Words can open