A Calif. probate bill aims to be the first ever crowd-sourced piece of legislation in the United States
Originally Published: The Recorder
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...University of New York School of Law hired the most, at 19 percent, followed by the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law at...
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...member system. She was first in her law school class at Pacific McGeorge School of Law before transferring to UC Berkeley's Boalt...
Law librarians are urging state politicians to enact UELMA, which requires government publishers of primary electronic legal materials to preserve and provide permanent public access
...moving to Ropers Majeski Kohn & Bentley in 1998. The Pacific McGeorge School of Law grad discovered that transactional law was more his preference...
...pushing for change amid a tight law job market and pressure for schools to produce practice-ready young attorneys. More than 100 lawyers...
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