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  • Moot Court Teams Advance to NY National Finals, Win Second Place in Chicago Bar

    Moot Court Teams Advance to NY National Finals, Win Second Place in Chicago Bar

    Last weekend McGeorge's New York Bar Association National Moot Court Competition team, consisting of Paige Davidson, Michael Laino, and Sophia Allard, swept the competition at the regional tournament. The team of Melody Aguilar and Ashley Vasquez took second place in the Chicago Bar Association Moot Court competition more >

  • Professor Mireles on Universities and Patenting in S.M.U. Law Review

    Professor Mireles on Universities and Patenting in S.M.U. Law Review

    Professor Mike Mireles has accepted an offer to publish his coauthored article, "Monitoring Behavior: Universities, Nonprofits, Patents and Litigation," in the Southern Methodist University Law Review. His coauthor, Teo Firpo, is a researcher at Nesta in London, United Kingdom. The article continues his work studying universities and patenting. more >

  • McGeorge Team Advances to ABA Negotiation Competition Finals

    McGeorge Team Advances to ABA Negotiation Competition Finals

    McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific placed second in the ABA Regional Negotiation Competition, held Nov. 4-5 at UC Davis. Team members Doug Leach and Leah Parrish will go on to compete in the ABA Negotiation Competition Finals in February 2018, with coach Claudia Wrazel. more >

  • Law Review Symposium Explored Human Right to Water

    Law Review Symposium Explored Human Right to Water

    McGeorge hosted its annual University of the Pacific Law Review Symposium, "The Human Right to Water: Turning Principles into Action," on Nov. 3, 2017. Distinguished Professor of Law and 2017 Stockholm Water Prize Laureate Stephen McCaffrey was announced as the Carol Olson Endowed Professor of International Law at the symposium. more >

  • Global Center Fall 2017 News

    Global Center Fall 2017 News

    Consistently ranked among the top international programs in the country by U.S. News and World Report, McGeorge School of Law continues to be recognized by our peers as a leader in international legal education. more >

  • McGeorge Helps Future Citizens at Ninth Annual Fair

    McGeorge Helps Future Citizens at Ninth Annual Fair

    McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific, hosted its ninth annual Immigration Fair on Saturday Oct. 14, 2017 at the campus Student Center and Quad. More than 75 volunteers provided free legal services to 40 people. more >

  • Selected Faculty Scholarship from the 2016-2017 Academic Year

    Selected Faculty Scholarship from the 2016-2017 Academic Year

    McGeorge School of Law faculty work appears in top law reviews, journals and books. Many of our faculty members have also authored leading casebooks that are used in more than 188 law schools across the nation and internationally. more >

  • Moot Court Team in 11 Competitions This Season

    Moot Court Team in 11 Competitions This Season

    The McGeorge Moot Court team will enter 11 competitions during the 2017-2018 academic year season, with four competitions in the Fall semester and seven competitions in the Spring Semester. The first is the Thomas Tang Moot Court (Western Regional) on Oct. 13 in San Francisco. more >

  • University of the Pacific Law Review Podcast “In Session” Launches

    University of the Pacific Law Review Podcast “In Session” Launches

    In Session, a new podcast series from McGeorge School of Law’s University of the Pacific Law Review, launched on Sept. 7, 2017. In each podcast episode Chief Legislation Editor Tyler Wood interviews staff writers for the Greensheets issue of UPLR. Two episodes are available now for download. more >