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

Inspired by the show, “How I Met Your Mother,” Michael Ung, ’23, came to McGeorge School of Law to study Family Law. He was drawn to the McGeorge community because it reminded him of his hometown. Michael is also part of many student organizations on campus.

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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

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Kelli Sanshey is a third-year law student at McGeorge School of Law. Photo by Ashley Golledge.

One reason McGeorge School of Law was of great interest to me was its many legal clinics where students operate as certified law students under the supervision of assigned attorneys. The clinics are primarily

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.

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When I began law school, I committed myself to using the skill set I would develop during my time at McGeorge School of Law to help people. My 1L summer internship at the Sacramento County Public Defender’s Office solidified my passion for indigent defense work. At that point in my law school journey, I began