Naming Opportunities Make your mark in the “Courtroom of Today!” You have an opportunity to leave a lasting legacy by making a naming gift within the Courtroom. Your gift will support the “Advocacy Program” and students participating in moot court and mock trial competitions. Your name will be placed prominently in the Courtroom and will inspire others to join you in giving to Pacific McGeorge. As this space is used by the National Ethics Trial Competition, attorneys and community groups contracting with Focused Decisions (focuseddecisions. com), and the award-winning Anthony M. Kennedy Inns of Court and Pacific McGeorge MCLE events, your name will serve as an example to the community of your philanthropic support. Please join other leaders in our local and legal community by naming a space in the Courtroom. There are still nine premium naming opportunities and numerous chairs available. Contact the Advancement Office at 916.739.7300 today to see how your investment in the Courtroom will inspire others for many years to come. The “Courtroom of Today” Is Here! Thank you to our law school donors who have made—and continue to make—great things happen at Pacific McGeorge. Robin C. Appel Mark E. Arruti Rick V. Battershell Michael G. Bohanna Jay Broderick Dennis Cusick Tito de Leon III Mark A. Doughty John C. Downes Gary H. Gale Darcy K. Houghton Douglas L. Johnson Keller, Fishback & Jackson, LLP Attorneys at Law David & Paulette Lambertson Darrin Lim, ’04 Richard S. Matson, with thanks to Bob & Jean Matson MJ’s Handyman Services The Moonie Legal Society in memory of Cris Holbrook, ’79 Karl F. Munz Gary A. & Donna J. Nelson John A. Norwood, ’80E Allan B. (“Big Al”) O’Connor Allan J. Owen, ’79 Steve M.Polisar Steven & Barbara Rodda Joseph W. Scalia, Esq. Adam Becker Shoor, J.D. Peter Siguenza, Jr. Rebecca S. Singleton Richard R. Sooy, ’78 Conness A. Thompson & David W. Norman Douglas R. Thompson Michael & Erie Vitiello John P. Walovich Alexandra S. Ward Gerald L. White Judy and William Yee, ’78, in recognition of the dedicated Sacramento County Superior Court Clerks Hailed as the “Courtroom of the Future” when it was built in 1973, the Pacific McGeorge Courtroom has undergone renovations this year to integrate state-of-the-art technology throughout. The newly enhanced facility will continue Pacific McGeorge’s long history of advocacy education, and support the new curricular emphasis in experiential learning, critical thinking and advocacy communication.
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law - Summer 2013
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