Cassaundra Kassis, ’23, was drawn to McGeorge School of Law because of the school’s emphasis on legal writing and oral advocacy. Kassis is a member of the school’s Moot Court Honors Board and Womxn of Color Collective.

Kassis served as a law clerk for the California Victims Resource Center on campus and as a

Public Legal Services Society at McGeorge School of Law recently honored members of the McGeorge School of Law community for their public service at an event fundraising for summer grants. PLSS is a student organization that helps law students pursue careers in public service.

In this video, six students discuss how the PLSS Summer

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

McGeorge School of Law second-year law student Lyndsay Anderson advocates for clients through the school’s Homeless Advocacy Clinic. Photo by Victoria Ambriz.

As a later in life, “nontraditional” law student, my decision to go back to school had everything to do with knowing exactly what I wanted to do with

Carina Ramos Ceci, ’23, is a third-year law student at McGeorge School of Law. She immigrated to the United States from São Paulo, Brazil with her family in 2005. Ceci was intrigued by McGeorge’s culture and the collegial environment when she was searching to find the law school that best suited her. Three years

Drashti Patel, ’26, said that McGeorge School of Law is her dream school. She was drawn to McGeorge because of the school’s expert faculty and collegial campus culture. So far in her law school journey, Civil Procedure has been her favorite course.

Patel is currently a first-year student in the evening program at McGeorge

Brooke Hill, ’23, aspires to pursue a career in public service and the legislative realm. At McGeorge School of Law, she is earning a Certificate of Concentration in Capital Lawyering. Hill also serves as the executive president of Public Legal Services Society, an organization dedicated to enhancing the ability of law graduates to choose

Mondis Vakili grew up hearing she was destined to be a lawyer. Her last name, Vakili, translates to lawyer. At McGeorge School of Law, Vakili serves as the president of both Women’s Caucus and the Middle Eastern and South Asian Association.

Vakili has a background working in theatre. Through this work, she realized her

Second-year law student Morgan Graber has numerous achievements under her belt, including:

  • In the 1L Moot Court Competition, she won all three awards including Best Brief, Best Oralist, and Best Overall Advocate.
  • Graber was on the team that took first place in the 2022 Appellate Lawyers Association National Moot Court Competition Championship in Nov.