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Own experience prompts McGeorge student to change the family law system
2/7/20

Own experience prompts McGeorge student to change the family law system

Personal experience crystalized Shaun Brooks’ decision to practice family law when he was involved in a custody case related to his daughter during his first year at McGeorge.  more

McGeorge student driven to be best legal advocate to protect others’ rights
2/5/20

McGeorge student driven to be best legal advocate to protect others’ rights

Corina Johnson is determined to improve communities through legislation, and she is earning a JD with a capital lawyering concentration. more

2/5/20

San Joaquin County students make progress in reading scores

Public school students continued to make steady progress in reading by grade level while chronic absenteeism remained relatively stable in the 2019 San Joaquin Literacy Report Card more

McGeorge wins regionals, will send two teams to national mock trial finals
2/3/20

McGeorge wins regionals, will send two teams to national mock trial finals

Two University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law teams are headed to the most important mock trial completion in the country in early April, following wins at the regional competition hosted by the UC Berkeley School of Law. more

2/3/20

Alumni association honors recipients at 61st annual Distinguished Alumni Awards dinner

The Pacific Alumni Association honored four alumni and a former provost for their professional accomplishments, public service and longstanding commitment to University of the Pacific at the 61st annual Distinguished Alumni Awards dinner on January 25, 2020. more

Grant allows McGeorge School of Law students to help formerly incarcerated homeless
1/29/20

Grant allows McGeorge School of Law students to help formerly incarcerated homeless

Law students will help Sacramento homeless clear up legal barriers to securing jobs and housing. more

McGeorge professor receives SEEDS Award for work in animal law
1/28/20

McGeorge professor receives SEEDS Award for work in animal law

McGeorge School of Law Professor Courtney Lee receives SEEDS Award for work in animal law from the International Society for Animal Rights (ISAR). more

Library's Reading Commons creates space for students to study, learn and meditate
1/21/20

Library's Reading Commons creates space for students to study, learn and meditate

Pacific's William Knox Holt Library and Learning Center is preparing to unveil the Reading Commons, its renovated second floor that adds more than 100 additional spaces for students to study, learn and meditate.  more

John Beyer ’62 remembered as kind, generous
1/17/20

John Beyer ’62 remembered as kind, generous

John Beyer ’62, the former chairman and CEO of a global economics consulting firm, was remembered today for his generosity, integrity and kindness. more

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