Vanessa Adame, ’18, pursued a degree at McGeorge School of Law because she really wanted to get into policy, and she knew she needed a master’s degree to achieve that. The close proximity of the Capitol and the smaller campus were a few things that attracted her to McGeorge School of Law.

Learn more

The Master of Public Administration (MPA) at Pacific McGeorge School of Law prepares students to capably manage the public sector processes and effectively implement public policy decisions. Katie Ramsey, ’19; Raina Ryan, ’20; and Max Huynh, ’21, discuss why they decided to get an MPA degree, what drew them to McGeorge, and how their

Erinn Ryberg, ’13, knew that she always wanted to pursue policy and advocacy. She was drawn to McGeorge School of Law because of the school’s connection to the Capitol and California government. In this video, she talks about her time at McGeorge and her focus on externships and internships during law school.

Learn more

Rob Nash graduated from McGeorge School of Law in 2015. In this video, Nash discusses why McGeorge’s proximity to the California State Capitol appealed to him, the school’s alumni network, how professors helped him network with professionals in the Capital, and remaining close with friends from law school. Nash currently serves as State Government

McGeorge School of Law has been home to the California Victims Legal Resource Center since 1984. Mariam El-menshawi, ’11, serves as the director of the California Victims Legal Resource Center.

McGeorge law students, under attorney supervision, provide assistance to victims, their families, service providers, and victim advocates. Primarily through the hotline and chat, Center

Selena Farnesi, ’15, was practice ready on day one of her professional career after graduating from McGeorge School of Law. Farnesi credits the school’s Trial Advocacy Program; the skills and knowledge she learned from Professors Cary Bricker and Jay Leach; and externships she completed during law school for her ability to be a polished

The Hon. Jack Duran Jr., ’02, talks about his experience coming to law school and what led him to pursue a law degree. In this video, he talks about his different career paths and how that eventually led to him being a judge. Duran was recently named Chief Justice of the Oglala Sioux Tribe

In this episode of the McGeorge Faculty-Scholar Series, McGeorge School of Law Dean Michael Hunter Schwartz interviews Professor Dan Croxall, ’08, about his newest paper that will be coming out with the Florida State University Law Review. In the paper, he examines Commercial Speech, the First Amendment, and a circuit split that has a

Brittney Barsotti, ’17, is general counsel for the California News Publishers Association. Barsotti came to McGeorge School of Law and was instantly attracted to McGeorge’s Public Policy Clinic. She said that McGeorge gave her a lot of exposure to the work that she wanted to do.

Learn more about McGeorge School of Law.

Learn