Capital Center Lecture Series
As a part of the reinvigoration of the Pacific McGeorge Capital Center for Public Law and Policy, Pacific McGeorge is launching the Capital Center Lecture Series. The Series will host four notable, keynote speakers each year and will take place downtown, near the state Capitol. The goal for the Series is to bring timely and thoughtful commentary to current state and federal issues relating to government and public law and policy.
- Protecting Individual Privacy in the Internet Age: Where, if at All, Should Lines be Drawn, and Who Should be the Artist? — December 2013
- Dark Money | The 11 Million Dollar Problem Defined — November 2013
- California Gaming | Implications of Internet and Off Reservation Gaming Activities — May 2013
- California High Speed Rail | An infrastructure case study — October 2012
- Changes in Legal Education and the Impact on Government Decision Making — September 2012