A JD Degree from McGeorge School of Law Prepared Me for a Successful Legal Career in Washington, D.C.
Washington, D.C., attorney Robert MacKichan shared his decades of experience in litigation, government contracts, real estate and public policy issues associated with federal government real estate during an interviewed featured by the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law. Mr. MacKichan talks about his time as an undergraduate student at the School of Business at the University of the Pacific on the school’s Stockton campus and the professor who recommended he pursue a J.D. degree because of all the opportunities that the degree can provide. After graduating from McGeorge School of Law, Mr. MacKichan started his legal career as a prosecutor in Oakland and then went into private practice. He spent a few years working in the White House as the Associate Director of Presidential Personnel and more than 40 years working in Washington, D.C. Now, Mr. MacKichan advises law students to take classes that are focused on developing their analytical, presentation and oral skills.