The SCBA 1L Diversity Fellowship is a unique opportunity for first-year law students from McGeorge and UC Davis who are looking to gain practical hands-on experience in a law firm and are members of a racially or ethnically under-represented group, LGBTQ+, disabled, or are otherwise under-represented in the legal profession. According to a recent NALP

 

What’s better than landing an interview with some of the best private firms and public agencies across the country? Getting an interview with them and doing it from the comfort and familiarity of your school’s campus. McGeorge is excited to host another round of early On-Campus Interviews (OCI) this August, and you can see a

Shakira Pleasant is a 2004 McGeorge alumna who is now a Professor of Legal Writing & Lecturer in Law at the University of Miami School of Law. She began this career following several years at other academic institutions and as a litigator with the D.C. Office of the Attorney General. “I enjoyed the competitive nature

            

Hanspeter Walter is a 2006 McGeorge alumnus who now serves as an attorney at Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard in Sacramento. He practices in water, environmental, administrative, and land-use law, with an emphasis on regulatory compliance, water rights, water quality, and other land-use matters. His past work experience includes the California Department of Water Resources,

Starting a new job can be daunting if you’re unprepared. Having spent the last few years in law school and finally landing your dream job, the last thing you want to do is make your employer second-guess their decision to hire you. While it’s expected that new lawyers will not yet be experts in their

            

Hanspeter Walter is a 2006 McGeorge alumnus who is currently an attorney at Kronick Moskovitz Tiedemann & Girard in Sacramento. He practices in water, environmental, administrative, and land-use law, with an emphasis on regulatory compliance, water rights, water quality, and other land-use matters. His past work experience includes the California Department of Water Resources, the

Do you have a LinkedIn account that you use for professional networking? Maybe you use Facebook and Twitter, too? Great! So does every other person trying to get or maintain a job. Simply having a LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter account will do nothing for your career. You can’t just be “connected” with the right people.