McGeorge School of Law Newsroom

The University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law and six partnering schools will host a symposium consisting of prestigious water law speakers and practitioners discussing hydropower, agriculture, Indigenous Peoples, and innovation in reconciliation between water supply and species protection. McGeorge School of Law will host the 19th Annual California Water Law Symposium on Saturday, February 4, 2023 in Sacramento, California.This

McGeorge is ranked No. 31 in the nation for legal writing, according to U.S. News & World Report. McGeorge’s distinctive, three-semester Global Lawyering Skills legal writing program is an intensive, immersive experience in research, writing and oral advocacy that develops law students into practice-ready graduates.

“I wanted to make sure that my gift was something that would help students

Vladislav Neuhold, ’22, traveled from Salzburg, Austria to Sacramento, California to pursue an LLM degree in Transnational Business Practice to advance his knowledge of the subject and develop the skills necessary to excel in the global economy. A native of Traunstein, Germany, Neuhold first learned of the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law while attending Paris Lodron Universität of

Four regional school districts and the city of Stockton are investing nearly $5 million to send 1,400 high school students to the 2023 Pacific Summer High School Institute. Lodi, Stockton, Ceres and Lincoln Unified School Districts are fully covering tuition for students to attend the pre-college program, which includes all programming, food, housing and activities. During the two-week institute,

Two anonymous University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law alumni have pledged to fund the law school’s Virtual Food Pantry, which helps students experiencing food insecurity by providing gift cards for grocery stores.”The McGeorge School of Law community has time and time again proven that it is resilient, caring, supportive, and thoughtful,” said Dean Michael Hunter Schwartz. “Our alumni

A University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law alumnus has committed to an estate gift supporting the school’s Legal Writing Program, which teaches students critical legal analysis and writing skills needed to be successful practicing attorneys. “This extraordinary estate gift will make a difference for generations of law students in a meaningful way. The gift will also help the

Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Experiential Learning and Professor of Law Mary-Beth MoylanFrances Newell Carr Award for Professional Excellence, Women Lawyers of SacramentoMoylan’s impact on the community and legal profession can be felt throughout the region, from long-lasting relationships with students to establishing a free legal support program.

Women Lawyers of Sacramento recently recognized her long-time dedication with their

Reflecting on his experiences, Dr. Clay Calvert, ‘91, describes a unique path to becoming a law professor.Driven by passions for both law and media, Calvert earned a JD degree from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law, followed by a Ph.D. in Communications from Stanford University after working for a year at a prominent Modesto law firm.

Antonia Miceli, a 2006 McGeorge School of Law alumna, said she initially planned to attend law school to pass time while working on a public health degree. Eventually, Miceli fell in love with the world of law after taking many law classes and experiencing the welcoming environment McGeorge provided.”I applied to law school to fill time on the way