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  • McGeorge School of Law professor wins prestigious international Stockholm Water Prize

    McGeorge School of Law professor wins prestigious international Stockholm Water Prize

    Distinguished Professor of Law Stephen McCaffrey has been named 2017 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate for his unparalleled contribution to the evolution and progressive realization of international water law. He is the single most respected authority on International Water Law. more >

  • Water Symposium Celebrated the State Water Board’s 50th Anniversary

    Water Symposium Celebrated the State Water Board’s 50th Anniversary

    McGeorge hosted a Water Law Symposium Saturday, March 11, 2017. The symposium celebrated the 50th anniversary of the State Water Resources Control Board (1967-2017), and explored the topic of “Integrating Water Quality & Quantity in the Golden State.” Justice Ronald B. Robie ’67, Third District Court of Appeal, gave a keynote talk. more >

  • McGeorge Hosts its 11th National Ethics Trial Competition

    McGeorge Hosts its 11th National Ethics Trial Competition

    McGeorge School of Law’s eleventh National Ethics Trial Competition (NETC) starts on March 16 and continues through March 18, 2017 at the Robert T. Matsui U.S. Courthouse in Sacramento. The NETC was established in 2006 to promote ethical and civility awareness through the mock trial competition format. more >

  • Carter Recognized by Coalition for the ICC on International Women’s Day

    Carter Recognized by Coalition for the ICC on International Women’s Day

    Distinguished Professor Emerita Linda Carter was included in the Coalition for the International Criminal Court’s International Women’s Day 2017 feature of 10 women in “Meet the Justice Activists Breaking the Mold.” The feature includes a profile of Professor Carter’s amazing career and work with law students. more >

  • Craft Beer Law Expert Croxall Launches Blog

    Craft Beer Law Expert Croxall Launches Blog

    Professor Daniel Croxall, '08, an expert on regulatory and business issues that impact craft breweries in California, recently launched a blog about craft beer law. He teaches in the Global Lawyering Skills program at McGeorge and coaches in the school's Moot Court program. more >

  • Law Review Symposium: Regulating Marijuana at Home and Abroad

    Law Review Symposium: Regulating Marijuana at Home and Abroad

    Watch a video of this symposium on March 3. As cannabis regulatory reforms advance in pioneering jurisdictions in the Americas, an important aspect of the precedents being established will have to do with how countries attempt to manage the treaty non-compliance entailed by regulation, and how other nations and the UN system respond. more >