Celebrating 90 Years of Excellence
Fall 2013 marks the beginning of Pacific McGeorge School of Law's 90th academic year. Our law school was chartered in November of 1924 and has grown into an internationally recognized leader in the field of legal education. Our location in the capital city of California, Sacramento, has shaped the school's focus on public law, international law, and advocacy.
Pacific McGeorge seeks to build a culture of commitment among all school constituents. Our history of and commitment to community service helps to improve the Oak Park neighborhood surrounding campus, and it fosters access to justice throughout California and the world through extensive pro bono service.
During our 90th year, we plan to bring our history to life with alumni events and by curating a forum for people to share their memories of McGeorge.
In the image at the top of the page, taken on the day in 1966 when McGeorge merged with the University of the Pacific, the McGeorge administrative team held the new signage: (from left) Ms. Gary Schaber, Gary Schaber, Alice Murray, Tom Ford, Anna Rose Fischer, Dean Gordon D. Schaber, Addalou Davis and Judge Sherrill Halbert.
90th Commemorative Poster
The commemorative poster was developed in collaboration with the 2013-2014 Pacific McGeorge Alumni Association Board of Directors, who, on Aug. 24, 2013, collectively identified 41 words that best represent the educational and community experience at Pacific McGeorge, its history, and exceptional faculty and staff.
The 18-inch by 24-inch poster commemorating Pacific McGeorge's 90th academic year is free to the first 300 people to request one. Just fill out the form below.