McGeorge School of Law has become an internationally recognized leader in legal education since its establishment in 1924. Its location in Sacramento, California’s capital city, has shaped its development into a leading authority on public law, international law and advocacy.
Eglets give historic $25 million gift to Pacific’s McGeorge School of Law
The gift is among the top 15 given to a U.S. law school, the third largest to a California law school and the second largest in the 170-year history of California’s first university.
McGeorge's Online Graduate Programs offers three online degrees that maximize flexibility to pursue professional and personal commitments while enjoying a high-quality academic experience. Online courses provide regular and substantial opportunities for interaction with classmates and McGeorge faculty.
You're looking for a rigorous, purposeful legal education. That's exactly what you'll find at McGeorge School of Law, University of the Pacific. Whether your goals include a JD, an MSL, an LLM or a JSD, or an MPA or MPP, you'll discover life at McGeorge to be ideal for pursuing your advanced degrees.
At McGeorge you'll be immersed in the law. That's what happens when you study on a campus where you'll be surrounded by people who want what you want.
McGeorge houses three Centers of Distinction. Faculty in each of our three Centers challenge students in and out of the classroom, produce focused scholarship that influences policymaking in California's State Legislature and throughout the world. Each Center offers tailored curriculum and networking opportunities giving you the opportunity to graduate with the skills, knowledge, and network to succeed in whatever path you choose.
Thomas Humann ’20 navigating from cockpit to courtroom
Thomas Humann ’20 planned to study law immediately after serving in the Marines. But he fell in love with flying helicopters and airplanes so his dream took decades to come true.
David Witkin ’20 declares law school his 'best decision ever'
Though he was a bit older than many of his fellow students, David Witkin ’20 believes pursuing a degree McGeorge School of Law was the best decision he ever made.