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We are very excited to welcome the newest CDO career advisor, Ken Nourse!

Ken joins the Career Development Office with a deep background in legal, law-related, and career development services. Ken especially enjoys leveraging his experience on behalf of talented students on their own professional journeys.

Prior to McGeorge, Ken led graduate and undergraduate career-related experiential education programs in

The “McGeorge Legacies” blog series allows our current students and alumni to share their experiences, passions, and lessons with our community. While many legacy students find their passion for the law through a family member’s experience, they often forge their own path once they begin their personal journey through law school. We are proud of everything our alumni have accomplished,

We are excited to announce the launch of a brand new blog series, “McGeorge Legacies”!

Keep an eye here as we share stories from current McGeorge students and their alumni parents, siblings, and other family. They’ll share details about what drew them to law school, challenges they’ve faced, what they’ve learned while practicing law, and some of their proudest accomplishments.

Attention 2L’s! SMUD Law Clerk Opportunity, Deadline to apply: Dec. 1, 2021

The General Counsel’s Office at the Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) has two (2) Law Clerk positions to fill. Interested students must be available to begin work in late May 2022. Each position is full time (40 hours per week) during the summer and part time (20 hours

Are you searching for resources to help grow your legal expertise, but don’t know where to start? Is law school harder and more stressful than you imagined it would be? Don’t worry, because help is here!

As an ABA law student, you are eligible for a free membership to ABA For Law Students. Gain access to exclusive job boards,

As 1Ls prepare application materials in a bid to participate in the 2022 SCBA Diversity Fellowship, John Gutierrez (’23) shared his experience as a fellow in last year’s program and what it has done for his law school journey. Read John’s story below:

John Gutierrez, ’23

“I have always loved storytelling. As a child, my mother

The CDO is excited to announce a new way to schedule your career advising appointments via Squarespace Scheduling! No more playing phone tag or back-and-forth emails needed to set up your next appointment – just pick a date and time and you’re set! Whatever your needs may be, we’ve got you covered. (Note: This will replace the scheduling feature on

First-generation law students often find themselves facing unique challenges and difficulties that many of their peers do not. From the general environment and structure of law school, to financial matters, networking, and even simply feeling like you belong with your cohort, it can be extremely taxing to try facing these issues by yourself. However, first-generation law students at McGeorge are