I blogged last week that AI (ChatGPT) enabled me to summarize books for purpose of blogging and learning.

The New York Times’ Steven Kurtuz reports this week on an interactive reading experience, -were by AI.

Two philosophy professors, John Kaag and Clancy Martin, have started a publishing venture called Rebind.

Rebind takes classic texts in the public domain and pairs

Graduates from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law excelled on the February 2024 bar exam, earning the highest bar pass rate in the state among ABA-accredited law schools.Nearly 65% of test takers from McGeorge passed the two-day exam on their first try and 46% of repeat takers passed the exam.By comparison, statewide, only 55% of first-time test-takers

Setting intentional goals is the fastest way to create the lives and businesses we want. So why do so many of us either not set goals or forget about them altogether soon after we set them? You’ll get the answer to that question and more in this episode of Be a Better Lawyer Podcast. Plus, I’m sharing: ✨ What a

District attorneys (DAs) are elected officials entrusted with representing their county or judicial district. At the heart of their responsibilities lies the weighty task of evaluating evidence gathered by law enforcement, which involves a nuanced assessment to determine the viability of pursuing criminal charges. Once a decision is made, the DA steps into the courtroom, where they present cases, assembling

Robert Buccola, ’83

Sacramento-native Robert “Bob” Buccola, ‘83, serves as the managing partner at Dreyer Babich Buccola Wood Campora, LLP. He has carved an illustrious career path in the legal realm.  

After graduating with a bachelor’s degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and a JD degree from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School

The recent decision on Hayden vs. 2K Games is a big win for video game publishers.  Dive into the fascinating world of copyright disputes over tattoos in video games. Scott Hervey and Jamie Lincenberg from Weintraub Tobin discuss how this case compares to past decisions and what it means for athletes, celebrities, and the video game industry on the latest episode of “The Briefing”