There are a lot of steps law students must complete on their journey towards bar admission, and it can be a daunting task to try managing everything by yourself. Everyone needs some kind of support system – whether it’s a dedicated study group, a bar-prep course, or just a friend or family member to help

Prisoner protest

As countries around the world continue to grapple with inadequate prison conditions, law students in the U.S. have become fierce advocates for incarcerated individuals. Fighting systemic injustices, these students have fought to improve living conditions, provide medical treatment, and reduce practices such as solitary confinement in prisons, among many other issues facing some of the

There’s no one-size-fits-all career path for lawyers, and the same goes for your law school experience. Your journey is your own, and to make sure you’re getting the most out of your legal education, the CSO strives to get to know each of our students on an individual level. That’s why every 1L has a

It is with pride, excitement, and sadness, that we announce that Molly Stafford, Asst. Dean of Career Development & External Relations, is embarking on a new adventure and leaving her position at McGeorge to work with the Prison and Reentry Education Program (PREP) at Folsom Lake College, working with students who are incarcerated or have

Next week, April 18 – 24, 2022, is 3L week at the American Bar Association!

The ABA will be featuring several opportunities and resources for graduating 3Ls, including practical advice for recent grads, a free job search webinar on April 21, and a complimentary bar prep care package when you sign up for a

The Northern California Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML NorCal) is looking for law student volunteers to help at the upcoming Spring Symposium in Napa, CA  from April 29 – May 1. The AAML NorCal Symposium attracts experienced and the most well-respected Family law attorneys from Northern California. In addition, the family law presentations are of the highest caliber.

Approximately 250 attorneys attend the 3-day AAML Symposium. Volunteers will assist the Executive Director during attorney registration on Friday and throughout the weekend, assisting with managing attendee requests, exhibitor issues; conference materials; and conference room needs throughout the event.

Four law student volunteers are needed each day. The time commitment will be divided per day:Continue Reading Volunteer in Napa with AAML NorCal!

We are very excited to welcome the newest CDO career advisor, Ken Nourse!

Ken joins the Career Development Office with a deep background in legal, law-related, and career development services. Ken especially enjoys leveraging his experience on behalf of talented students on their own professional journeys.

Prior to McGeorge, Ken led graduate and undergraduate