With a background in accounting, Milad Ryan Sefidpour (JD ’22) decided to pursue a law degree after taking some advice from his father, a solo practitioner. After shadowing him for a week, Milad fell in love with the direct client-to-client interaction, something he was not able to receive working in accounting. After graduating from

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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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

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

When I was an undergraduate student at the University of California, Santa Cruz, I attended a Critical Race Theory Seminar hosted by political activist, professor, and author Angela Davis. I learned a great deal about the prison-industrial complex. From there, I became interested in topics ranging from prison conditions, mass incarceration, and other social justice