McGeorge School of Law Newsroom

An advocate of global citizenship, Emmanuel “Mickey” Ortega, LLM ’20, passed the California Bar Exam in 2021. One year later, he was elected as the president of the University of Saint Anthony (USANT), a 75-year-old non-profit educational institution with over 7,000 students and 450 employees.”Iriga City, where USANT is located, couldn’t be more different from Sacramento,” Ortega said. “But the

Throughout her professional career, Professor Sharon Sandeen, ‘85, has been a trailblazer. She was the first person in her family to go to law school and is a first-generation college graduate. She graduated first in her class at University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law. She also coauthored the first casebook on Trade Secret Law.Sandeen began her studies at

Professor Mike Mireles, ’98 Professor Mike Mireles has taught more than 12 different courses and currently Teaches Intellectual Property Law, Property, Wills & Trusts, and Cybersecurity Law, and is also Director of the Intellectual Property Concentration. 

His research concerns intellectual property, university technology transfer, and cybersecurity. He has recently given presentations related to access to and protection of medicines and technology

McGeorge School of Law Emeritus Professor Brian K. Landsberg recently authored an innovative analysis of a landmark desegregation case, Lee v. Macon County Board of Education (1967). Landsberg’s book, “Revolution by Law: The Federal Government and the Desegregation of Alabama Schools,” an in-depth study of the case and its larger implications, illuminates how the efforts of African-Americans to desegregate a school

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

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

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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