McGeorge School of Law

University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law students excelled in fall competitions taking a national championship in the moot court program and placing first in two mock trial program competitions. The trial advocacy program at McGeorge is consistently ranked among the top 20 programs in the nation. The law school was ranked No. 16 nationally for its trial advocacy program

This fall, the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law was pleased to welcome more than 230 students to its Sacramento campus. Fifty-three different undergraduate degrees from 71 different universities are represented in the class.The 176 JD students in this year’s entering class include 54 percent women and 38 percent first-generation college students. For the first time in the

Annual San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association Mock Trial CompetitionSecond-year law students Razia Bath, Kris Chaney, Kai Ellsworth, and Karla Noyles won the Annual San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association Mock Trial Competition. The competition was hosted at the University of California, Hastings College of the Law on Oct. 29.

“We had such a great time working with this talented and

When Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law established a Homeless Advocacy Clinic last year, it was the nation’s first to provide legal services exclusively to formerly incarcerated individuals experiencing homelessness.

A recent gift from a McGeorge alumnus will support students who are working in the clinic, providing free legal services to members of the homeless community who cannot afford legal assistance.

University of the Pacific is launching four online graduate programs for working professionals and students, degree programs that provide maximum flexibility for participants to learn around their own schedules.A program offering doctorates in medical science and health science begins in January. A master’s degree in cybersecurity launches in the summer while an MBA and master’s in business law will start

Climate change is deeply affecting the timing, location, and volume of California’s snowpack and rainfall. As a result, California’s water supplies are increasingly unreliable and unavailable for drinking water, agriculture, fish and wildlife, and other diverse needs. Even in a state used to scarcity, both Californians and the environment are feeling the impact. To help address the climate and drought crises,

A ceremonial blessing, thought-provoking films and comedy routines and a cultural art unveiling are among the diverse array of events planned for November in celebration of Native American Heritage Month. “We want to honor the rich traditions of our Native American students while also educating the Pacific community,” said Mario Enriquez, director for the Center for Identity and Inclusion. “It is

Sacramento-native April La Torre, JD ’23, decided to go to law school because wanted to make an impact within her community. She chose McGeorge School of Law because of the school’s location and alumni network. During law school, she participated in the Prisoner Civil Rights Mediation Clinic and a number of student organizations. During law school, La Torre interned