Lauren Layne, ’10, serves as the president of the McGeorge School of Law Alumni Association Board of Directors. Layne is a partner at Baker Manock & Jensen, PC in Fresno, where she chairs the firm’s Business Department and leads the firm’s Water Law and Public Agency practice groups.

In addition to her service with

Alumnus Bryan Freedman, ’90, is one of the most influential entertainment litigators in the country. He co-founded Freedman + Taitelman, LLP in Los Angeles. In this video, Freedman discusses how he recently established a scholarship for McGeorge School of Law students interested in pursuing careers in entertainment law.

In an interview conducted by first-year

Adriana Aguena, Assistant Director of Graduate & International Programs, speaks with McGeorge School of Law alumni about how the LLM program changed their career trajectories. They answer various questions and share their experiences in this video.

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The Hon. Margaret Kuroda Masunaga, ’87, is a retired district judge who served the District Court of the Third Circuit in Hawai’i. Judge Masunaga had a lengthy career of public service in Hawai’i in various capacities before serving on the bench for six years.

Judge Masunaga said her favorite professor at McGeorge School of

The Master of Public Administration (MPA) at Pacific McGeorge School of Law prepares students to capably manage the public sector processes and effectively implement public policy decisions. Mat Olson, ’18; Jenny Rodriquez, ’19; Trey Hunter, ’19; and Lacee Solis, ’21, discuss why they decided to get an MPA degree, what drew them to McGeorge,

The Hon. Arthur Scotland, ’74, originally chose McGeorge School of Law for its economics, its reputation, and its contacts with the local community. Scotland was attracted to McGeorge’s student-centered focus and the distinguished faculty. From the very beginning, he knew that McGeorge was, and always will be the perfect law school for him.