McGeorge School of Law

McGeorge Alumni Resources

McGeorge alumni are a valued part of the law school community. We strive to stay engaged with each and every alum, so if you need services, support or information, please contact Alumni Relations at or 916.739.7141

As a part of the alumni community, each alum has access to the services below, as well as local Sacramento and regional chapter networking events, continuing legal education activities, and other chapter programming. For a complete listing of alumni activities, by region, please go to the alumni events page.

McGeorge Alumni Directory

Our alumni have access to the McGeorge Alumni Directory where you can find friends and business referrals.

McGeorge Events and CLE

Visit the University of the Pacific calendar for a listing of events and visit our continuing legal education page to learn about our annual MCLE programs in January.

Legal Studies Center

The Legal Studies Center is available for all McGeorge Alumni. To obtain access to the Legal Studies Center, please contact the alumni office at 916.739.7141.

Transcript & Replacement Diploma Requests

To request official transcripts or a replacement diploma, please complete the appropriate form found here. To request unofficial transcript copies, follow up on a previously submitted request or for additional information please contact the Registrar’s Office at 916.739.7106.

Career Development

Our alumni may access the services of the McGeorge Career Development Office (CDO) for the rest of your legal career!

McGeorgeCareersOnline (MCO) Career Manager
Search through and apply for current employment opportunities, upload resumes and cover letters, and take advantage of other CDO services, including the Document Library, on MCO. The CDO sends regular e-mail messages featuring available job opportunities, so be sure your MCO profile accurately reflects your current email address, practice area and geographic preferences.

One-on-One Career Advising
In-Person Advising — Meet with a career advisor to discuss your specific job-search or career-transition plans, or to have your resume, cover letter, or other professional materials reviewed. Make an appointment on MCO or call us at 916.739.7011.

  • Email — Email your professional materials to A career advisor will review them and email you back with comments.

CDO Resources
After graduation you may continue to use the resources of the McGeorge CDO, including books, handouts, and any other materials available in the CDO lobby.

Reciprocity allows graduates from ABA-accredited law schools to use the employment resources of other ABA-accredited law schools' career services offices. To request reciprocity, please complete this form. McGeorge's reciprocity policy can be found here (pdf). For more information on obtaining reciprocity, please see this handout (pdf). Please contact Erin O’Neal Muilenburg at 916.325.4635 or with any questions.

Job Search Strategies
Below is a list of job-search resources and ideas. Please make an appointment with (or send an email to) a career advisor for more job-search and career-planning ideas specifically tailored to you.

  • Log onto BYU Intercollegiate Job Bank for summer opportunities outside of Sacramento. The password is in the MCO document library.
  • Register with PSJD to gain access the largest database of public interest and public sector jobs. We've already paid your registration fees!
  • Federal Times — has a great career section.
  • The American Corporate Counsel Association lists available corporate counsel jobs.
  • Obtaining information on mid-sized and large law firms is relatively easy. Go to:
  • Small law firms often "fly under the radar" and may or may not be featured in large commercial database websites. To obtain information about small firms, you'll have to be creative: read local legal publications, talk to local attorneys, use WESTLAW and LEXIS to search cases and publications, and even look through the Yellow Pages.
  • Conduct informational interviews with McGeorge or undergrad alumni:
    • Alumni Directory — A few months after you graduate, you'll have access to the McGeorge online alumni directory. Use it to request informational interviews with alumni.
    • Alumni Advisor Network — it's not too late to take an alum to coffee through our Alumni Advisor Network on McGeorgeCareersOnline. Don't have access to this tab? Just ask the CDO at
  • Be a joiner — Join bar associations. Participate in community groups. Volunteer.
  • LinkedIn — Make a strong LinkedIn profile and use LinkedIn to your advantage.
  • Job Fairs — Many legal career job fairs around the country welcome recent law school graduates.
  • Alumni Events — McGeorge posts alumni events.
  • Young Alumni Chapter — You'll automatically become a member of the Alumni Chapter. Attend professional development programs and other social networking events.

Additional Job Search Websites

Alumni Directory
Contact Us
Alumni Relations


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