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Students, Faculty, and Alumni of the UC Davis School of Law
- For Luis Alejo, the opportunity to combine the highest quality legal education with hands-on experience made King Hall the perfect choice.
Yeoryios C. Apallas
- Yeoryios Apallas keeps an old shoeshine brush on his desk as a reminder of why he has spent his professional life in public interest law.
Alan E. Brownstein
- Alan Brownstein, a nationally recognized Constitutional Law scholar, teaches Constitutional Law, Law and Religion, and Torts at King Hall.
- Tani Cantil-Sakauye ’84 is the first Asian-American to serve as Chief Justice of California.
- For Alice Cheng, the King Hall Outreach Program helped make a top-tier legal education a real possibility.
Joanna Cuevas Ingram
- Joanna Cuevas Ingram enrolled at King Hall in order to become the best advocate she could be.
- Aimee Dudovitz received a legal education at King Hall that was “second to none” and prepared her well for the career challenges she’s faced.
- Professor Feeney believes that we all learn in different ways, and that direct experience is one of the most powerful ways of gaining knowledge.
Judge Ramona J. Garrett
- King Hall helped Ramona Garrett, once an unwed teen mother, become Solano County’s first female and first African American superior court judge.
- Deborah Gettleman wanted to change the criminal justice system. At King Hall, she didn't have to wait until after graduation to do it.
- If anyone has the knowledge and experience to guide King Hall students to a career in public interest law, it’s Kirsten Hill.
- Even as a high school student, Robert Hulse knew King Hall could help him realize his dream of becoming a patent attorney.
The Honorable Paul Igasaki
- For Judge Paul Igasaki, the road to King Hall began with family history.
- Lisa Ikemoto’s dual fascination with science and law led her to become a nationally recognized bioethics scholar.
Edward J. Imwinkelried
- Edward L. Barrett, Jr., Professor of Law
Karen G. Johnson-McKewan
- For Karen G. Johnson-McKewan, the intellectual rigor of King Hall helped launch her career as a successful Bay Area business litigator.
Courtney G. Joslin
- Professor Joslin says family law issues profoundly impact almost every aspect of our lives.
Kimberly A. Lucia
- Kimberly Lucia had been working at a brokerage firm for 11 years before she realized her dream of becoming an attorney could come true at King Hall.
- Peter Mosleh thought law school would be the ideal mental exercise. At UC Davis School of Law, he found all his expectations confirmed.
- For Eric Olah, choosing a law school came down to one thing: opportunity.
- Naeha Prakash came to King Hall for its strong sense of community and strengths in economics and international law.
The Honorable Dean D. Pregerson
- Dean D. Pregerson ’76 found “a real sense of community” at King Hall, and the U.S. District Court judge still feels part of that community today.
- When Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans in 2005, it changed thousands of lives forever, including Ramaah Sadasivam’s.
- As a student at King Hall, Tom Stallard worked for the California Legislature and launched a business that has prospered for more than 35 years.
- Darrell Steinberg ’84 is one of California’s most powerful, influential, and effective legislators.
- For Bill Strickland, King Hall opened the doors to opportunity and enabled his professional success.
- In the Information Age, few things are as valuable as a good idea. That’s why Eric Toscano is studying intellectual property law.
- Irene Williams '14 is living her dream, studying law on her way to becoming a prosecutor.
- Pajmon Zarrineghbal transferred to King Hall because he wanted a top law school where he “wouldn't have to deal with a cutthroat environment.”
- Nathan Zhang wanted to transfer to a school with better academics and a more supportive environment. King Hall was the perfect fit.