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.

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Molly Alcorn, ’20, discusses her journey to law school, being involved in student organizations, forming lasting friendships with classmates, and campus resources available to students. Alcorn said that Professors Michael Mireles and Larry Levine made a significant impact on her during law school.

Alcorn is now an attorney at Alcorn Law Corporation. She counsels

Despite coming from a private sector, Lacee Solis, ’21, knew she had a passion for public service. She took an interest in getting an MPA because she wanted to learn how to make a difference in her community effectively. She decided on McGeorge because she was impressed that an MPA was offered at an

Katie Ramsey, ’19, graduated from McGeorge School of Law with a Masters of Public Administration. Her degree has propelled her career forward. She works at Physicians for a Healthy California, where she has built two programs created by statute from the ground up, something she credits her unique McGeorge education that enhanced her

Robert T. Eglet, ’88, is a senior partner at Eglet Adams in Las Vegas, Nevada, and one of the most successful civil trial attorneys in the United States. He recently gave McGeorge School of Law a $25 million estate gift, with more than $20 of that dedicated to scholarships for students of color and