The McGeorge Alumni Board of Directors is a volunteer group of alumni dedicated to advancing the interests and promoting the welfare of the McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific by acting as the voice of more than 14,000 alumni. The board serves as a conduit between the law school and alumni interested in engaging with and furthering the activities and programs of the law school.
The board, which meets four times each year, consists of 36 members, but may expand to up to 40.
Their goals are dedicated to moving the law school forward and ensuring the success of our students and our alumni. The Board is focused in THREE areas:
- First — Develop and promote a robust Bridge to Practice Program for our students and graduates. This means Board members and regional chapter volunteers will do three things — assist with recruiting new students from new and varied regions; assist with student professional development including a focus on an alumni mentor program for students; and assist with the identification and promotion of job opportunities and externships for students.
- Second — Assist in raising the reputation of the law school, specifically outside northern California.
- Third — Aid the law school’s fundraising efforts and encourage alumni participation in the annual giving program.
Over the next year, you will hear from the Board as they will be requesting your help to ensure their goals are met.