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    University of the Pacific joins immigration lawsuit against federal government. The suit seeks to prevent international students from being forced to leave U.S. if their schools operate entirely online. more
    DACA ruling reopens doors to eligible students and other undocumented immigrants

    Blake Nordahl, professor of lawering skills and supervising attorney for the Immigration Law Clinic at Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law, was a panelists during a July 7 webinar focused on the recent Supreme Court ruling that the Trump Administration’s rescission of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals was unlawful. more

    U.S. Supreme Court makes historic decision protecting rights of LGBTQ+ community. To learn more about this ruling and LGBTQ+ legal rights, the Pacific Alumni Association is hosting a Lunch & Listen at 12:05 p.m. Thursday, June 25.  more
    McGeorge prepares alumna for courtroom, board room

    Besides being on a McGeorge mock trial team and being named the Outstanding Graduating Senior for day law students, Hayley Graves was the editor-in-chief of The University of the Pacific Law Review more

    McGeorge School of Law tied for seventh in the country in perhaps the truest test of lawyering skills a law student can face — the American Bar Association Competition Championship. more
    CBPR report: COVID-19 could led to 19-20% unemployment in California by May

    COVID-19 will lead to record high unemployment rates across Northern California by May, according to the Center for Business and Policy Research  more
    Family experiences drive McGeorge law student to advocate for others

    Consuelo Amezcua ’20 recalls being an advocate for others since her early teens when she translated and completed important paperwork for her immigrant parents. more