Shisha Yang, ’22, decided to pursue a legal education at McGeorge School of Law because of the school’s location and the friendly nature of the McGeorge community. During her time at McGeorge, Shisha formed unbreakable bonds with friends she’s made throughout her law school career. She was a part of several student organizations, such

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

Alex Pequinot’s passion for public policy led him to law school. Through McGeorge School of Law’s Legislative and Public Policy Clinic, Pequinot had the opportunity to work on a bill that was eventually signed into law by California Gov. Gavin Newsom. Pequinot views McGeorge’s location in California’s State Capitol as an significant advantage to

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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