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A nationally renowned activist, thought-provoking film series and vibrant mariachi ensemble are some of the featured speakers and events planned for Latino Heritage Month Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 to celebrate cultural pride and foster better understanding.“These events give people the chance to learn from each other and build a strong, vibrant, diverse community,” said Mario Enriquez, director of the

There’s no one-size-fits-all career path for lawyers, and the same goes for your law school experience. Your journey is your own, and to make sure you’re getting the most out of your legal education, the CSO strives to get to know each of our students on an individual level. That’s why every 1L has a mandatory one-on-one CSO orientation meeting

In 2021, the total lobbying spending in the United States amounted to $3.73 billion. The total number of unique, registered lobbyists who actively lobbied in the United States was 12,137.

For some careers, having a higher education degree can give you a competitive advantage. This holds true for legislative staff and lobbyists. Many of them earn their bachelor’s degree

Wine tasting with alumni vintners, a captivating Conservatory concert, key athletic matchups and an all new vow renewal ceremony are among the dozens of activities planned for alumni, families and students during Homecoming Weekend Oct. 14-16 on the Stockton Campus. “We are thrilled to welcome our alumni back to campus,” said Kelli Williams Page ’87, associate vice president for alumni relations.

Wine tasting with alumni vintners, a captivating Conservatory concert, key athletic matchups and an all new vow renewal ceremony are among the dozens of activities planned for alumni, families and students during Homecoming and Family Weekend Oct. 14-16 on the Stockton Campus. “We are thrilled to welcome our alumni back to campus,” said Kelli Williams Page ’87, associate vice president for

Professor Dan Croxall, ‘08, shares his journey from teaching English at Cal Poly at a young age to his experience of being an evening student at McGeorge School of Law, which transformed into his current position as a professor at his alma mater.

Croxall’s dual perspective as both a former student and professor allows him to see eye-to-eye with

The Hon. Daniel Flores, ‘01, decided to pursue a JD degree at McGeorge School of Law because of the school’s reputation and the atmosphere of the campus. In this video, he talks about his journey from becoming a first-generation lawyer to serving as a judge on the Superior Court of San Francisco County. He also shared knowledge and advice

When Kim Peterson, ’91, reflects on her time as a student at the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law, she views her experiences from the perspective of a current law professor.“I think I am lucky that I went to McGeorge because they picked very good teachers,” Peterson remarked. “The emphasis was always on the students.”

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