Khalil Ferguson is a law student, business owner, CEO, community leader, activist, and published author. Ferguson is a native of Richmond, California, but he has lived in Sacramento for the past decade. Before coming to law school, he was the Black Alumni President at California State University, Sacramento and one of the co-founders of their Black Student Union. Last

Grace Kay of the Business Insider reports that Bill Gates, in speaking with Forbes, said AI chatbots such as OpenAI’s ChatGPT will become “every bit as important” as PCs or the internet.

“AI is going to be debated as the hottest topic of 2023,” Gates told Forbes. “And you know what? That’s appropriate.” 

For those who don’t recall, it was

“True heroes work in that clinic”After the fall of Afghanistan in August 2021, a surge of humanitarian parole applications were filed for people desperate to come to the United States. Only a small percentage have been approved.

One of the few successful cases was prepared by Alyssa Eckels, ’22, a student attorney in McGeorge School of Law’s Immigration

Chanting and clapping fills the air as students, staff, and faculty alike cheer on their peers and special guest stars, fabulously dressed and impeccably on point, and the laughter and smiles of everyone in attendance is infectious – this is the McGeorge School of Law 2022 Fall Spectacular, hosted by the Lambda Law Students Association. McGeorge’s Fall Spectacular, which