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A new scholarship at the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law will support students involved with the school’s Rugby Football Club.During the past five months, 72 individual donors contributed more than $50,000 towards the McGeorge Rugby Club Endowed Scholarship. Because of the University’s Powell Match program, the endowment will double in size to more than $100,000. The Powell

Mindy Danovaro describes herself as a relationship fundraiser. As the senior assistant dean for advancement at the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law, Danovaro has excelled at cultivating donors through interpersonal relationships and establishing long-term relationships with law school constituencies.“Attorneys change the world. They influence society and advocate for clients in every sector. Lawyers don’t just do trials.

The University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law is building on its commitment to diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging by joining the California Leadership-Access-Workforce (Cal LAW) Pathways program as one of the program’s institutional partners.

The program aims to establish a pipeline of diverse students from high schools, community colleges, four-year institutions, and law schools into law or law-related

A new clinic created by the University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law is the nation’s first to provide legal services to formerly incarcerated individuals experiencing homelessness.The Homeless Advocacy Clinic is just the fourth legal clinic at a California university to help homeless clients – joining programs at UCLA, University of California at Berkeley and Pepperdine University – and

University of the Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law recently launched a Homeless Advocacy Clinic to provide legal services to formerly incarcerated people who are experiencing homelessness in the Sacramento area.

The Homeless Advocacy Clinic is one of just four such law school clinics in the state, joining programs at UCLA, UC Berkeley and Pepperdine. However, McGeorge will be the only

The fifth edition of “Property: A Contemporary Approach” was published earlier this year by West Academic. All five editions of the casebook were authored by McGeorge School of Law Professor John Sprankling and Professor Emeritus Ray Coletta.

This new edition of the text expands the book’s coverage of race and social justice issues, including excerpts from Texas

The University of Pacific McGeorge School of Law has partnered with LexBlog, Inc. to launch McGeorge Law Today, a digital publishing portal and community for the school’s faculty, alumni, students and staff.

McGeorge Law Today is powered by LexBlog’s Syndication Journal product, which aggregates content from LexBlog’s community of more than 30,000 blogging legal professionals.

With McGeorge Law Today,

Kevin O’Keefe, ’82, the CEO and founder of LexBlog, the world’s largest community of legal bloggers, views blogging as a platform for lawyers to utilize and build a reputation within the legal community.

“Blogging makes a difference,” O’Keefe said. “Lawyers who blog and make a difference in other people’s lives is what gets me out of bed each morning.”