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McGeorge alumnus Robert B. Bale, ’98, was honored for his role representing victims of the Ghost Ship fire in litigation; the award was announced at the 25th annual California Lawyer Attorneys of the Year (CLAY) Awards presented by the Los Angeles Daily Journal.

Bale, a partner at Dreyer Babich Buccola Wood Campora LLP in Sacramento, along with three prominent

To say Bryan Freedman, ’90, is a very successful entertainment lawyer is an understatement. He has been on The Hollywood Reporter’s list of the most influential entertainment lawyers every year since 2008. He has also been an Honoree on Variety’s Legal Impact Report in 2015, 2019, 2020, and 2021. The entertainers and musicians that he’s represented include Seth Rogen, Octavia

Three new faculty members have joined the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law community. “I am thrilled to welcome these new additions to the McGeorge faculty,” said Dean Michael Hunter Schwartz. “Our community will benefit from their exceptional teaching skills and wealth of legal expertise.”

Adrian McKinney, who previously worked for McGeorge as an adjunct professor,

Third-year law student Annie Thomas is working on a research project to identify and catalog local laws related to policing as part of the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law’s involvement with the American Bar Association’s (ABA) Legal Education Police Practices Consortium.Fifty-five law schools across the country are participating in the Consortium’s five-year initiative, which was created

McGeorge has partnered with the Justice Anthony M. Kennedy Library and Learning Center to promote its educational outreach to citizens of all ages.

“We are very excited about the opportunity to build out this distinctive law school-federal court relationship. The Kennedy Learning Center is a hidden gem in Sacramento,” McGeorge Dean Michael Hunter Schwartz said. “As the state capital’s law

After surveying its veteran and military-affiliated students, McGeorge is launching a new Military Law Center to support its military-serving and veteran students. The goal is to provide extraordinary service and support to the students attending McGeorge and the other programs on the University of the Pacific’s Sacramento campus.The Military Law Center is the first center of its kind in northern