McGeorge School of Law Newsroom

Latest from McGeorge School of Law Newsroom - Page 2

The University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law community mourns the passing of Allan Zaremberg, ’78, who passed away February 4 in Sacramento. Zaremberg was a member of the McGeorge Dean’s Cabinet, an Air Force Veteran, and a former CEO of the California Chamber of Commerce.Zaremberg served as the president and CEO of the California Chamber of Commerce for

In addition to his work fighting fires and helping families and animals affected by natural disasters, Quirk operates a successful practice with a full caseload as a skilled personal injury attorney. He started his legal career in Las Vegas, Nevada working with famed McGeorge School of Law alumnus Robert Eglet, ’88, and he went on to found Quirk Law Firm,

Michael Belote, ’87, recently converted his estate gift to support the Kennedy Scholarship Fund. Belote was selected in 2021 by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, California Capital Chapter as its Outstanding Philanthropist. The honor recognizes individuals with a proven record of exceptional generosity who have demonstrated both civil and charitable responsibility, and who have encouraged others to do the same.“Learning

“True heroes work in that clinic”After the fall of Afghanistan in August 2021, a surge of humanitarian parole applications were filed for people desperate to come to the United States. Only a small percentage have been approved.

One of the few successful cases was prepared by Alyssa Eckels, ’22, a student attorney in McGeorge School of Law’s Immigration

Chanting and clapping fills the air as students, staff, and faculty alike cheer on their peers and special guest stars, fabulously dressed and impeccably on point, and the laughter and smiles of everyone in attendance is infectious – this is the McGeorge School of Law 2022 Fall Spectacular, hosted by the Lambda Law Students Association. McGeorge’s Fall Spectacular, which

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,