Nicole Low, ‘17, chose to go to law school at McGeorge School of Law because of the school’s location and its trial advocacy program being ranked among the top 10 in the nation. Currently, Low is a civil litigation attorney and represents railroad in catastrophic injury cases. She explains that she loves what she does, and she gets to have a career in what she set out to do when she went to law school.
Low said McGeorge School of Law prepared her for her career because of the wide variety of externships, electives, and the award-winning trial advocacy program it offered at the school.
In this video, Low discusses how she got involved with the Alumni Board because she believes in the school and its mission. Low wanted to be a part of McGeorge’s continued growth after she graduated in 2017 in order to give back to the school.