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  • Jury Experts Discuss Issues and Directions at Lou Ashe Symposium

    Jury Experts Discuss Issues and Directions at Lou Ashe Symposium

    More than 75 people attended the 2018 Lou Ashe Symposium on “The American Jury 2018: Issues & Directions” held April 13 in the Courtroom. Three panels discussed bias, social media, and visuals. Watch a video of the Symposium. The 2018 recipient of Lou Ashe Jurist in Residence is L. Felipe Restrepo, Judge, US Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit. more >

  • Jackson Wins GLS II Final Four Competition

    Jackson Wins GLS II Final Four Competition

    Second-year student Stacie Jackson won the Top Oral Advocate Award at the McGeorge Global Lawyering Skills (GLS) II Final Four competition on April 12, 2018. Finalist awards were given to Cassandra Ninke, Dylan de Wit, and David Witkin. Best brief awards were conferred upon Jessica Gandara, Jessica Johnson, Megan McCauley, and Nicholas Pancharian. more >

  • March Madness Round-Up at McGeorge

    March Madness Round-Up at McGeorge

    While many of you across the country have had your eyes glued to the 2018 NCAA College Basketball Tournament, we at McGeorge have been preoccupied with a different March Madness tournament: the Global Lawyering Skills II Final Four Competition on April 12 at 5:30 p.m. in the Courtroom. Read about where three former participants are now! more >

  • Carter’s Latest Book on the ICC Reviewed by Co-Founder of Human Rights Watch Neier

    Carter’s Latest Book on the ICC Reviewed by Co-Founder of Human Rights Watch Neier

    McGeorge Distinguished Professor Emerita Linda Carter co-authored book, The International Criminal Court in an Effective Global Justice System (with Mark Ellis and Charles Jalloh), was highlighted in the New York Review of Books by Aryeh Neier, co-founder of Human Rights Watch. more >

  • McGeorge Alumni Belote and Delfino Recognized for Support of Public Service

    McGeorge Alumni Belote and Delfino Recognized for Support of Public Service

    The McGeorge Public Legal Services Society honored members of the McGeorge community for public service at a celebratory reception on Friday, April 6, 2018. The honorees were Mike Belote ’87 (PLSS Patron), Kim Delfino ’93 (PLSS Founder), Professor John Sims and third-year student My Tien Doan. Tickets are on sale now. more >

  • Clinic Student Bill Makes Progress

    Clinic Student Bill Makes Progress

    McGeorge Legislative and Public Policy Clinic students, Keri Firth and Michelle Evans, co-sponsors of AB-1784, testified at the Assembly Human Services Committee on March 6. The bill passed out of committee. Alumnus Rex Frazier ’00 directs the Clinic. Listen to a podcast featuring Keri and Michelle that was released March 23 by CAP·impact, a project of the nonpartisan McGeorge Capital Center for Law & Policy. more >