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Sydnie Reyes, ’19, saw her passion and life path come together at Pacific while pursuing an undergraduate degree in psychology with a minor in prelaw on Pacific’s Stockton campus and then at McGeorge School of Law.

Reyes chose McGeorge for its focus on public policy, legal program, and financial aid support. But ultimately, she wanted to make a difference in

Alexander Lee is a fourth-year evening student at the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law. In this video, he talks about what made McGeorge stand out to him when he was choosing a law school, the school’s award-winning Capital Lawyering Concentration, the school’s part-time program, and the McGeorge community.

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The Masters of Public Administration Program at McGeorge School of Law cemented my desire to pursue a career in public service following graduation in spring 2022. Initially, I was worried I would be at a disadvantage in my classes compared with my peers because I started the program directly after finishing my undergraduate degree at Sacramento State. Most of my

Six years ago, I was accepted at McGeorge School of Law as a part-time evening law student. It was fall 2015. I worked full-time during the day, and class would start promptly at 6:15 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Only 1/3 of law schools nationwide offer part-time JD programs, including McGeorge. The part-time program is designed for full-time workers who seek