Jennifer Koh Featured on Podcast Hosted by Capital Center for Law & Policy at University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law

The CAP-Impact Podcast, a podcast hosted by the Capital Center for Law & Policy at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law featured an interview with Professor Jennifer Koh in a recent episode.  Entitled “Immigration Law & Reform with Professor Jennifer Koh,” the podcast discusses her “work at the intersection of immigration law and criminal law, her new nonprofit project – the Orange County Justice Fund –and being cited in a Supreme Court ruling by the Notorious RBG.”  The podcast was released on January 17, 2019 and is available on Apple PodcastsiTunesStitcher Radio and most other podcast downloading sites.

Paula Manning Presents on Feedback for Student Success at McGeorge

Professor Paula Manning’s presentation, “It’s What You Say AND How You Say It:  Autonomy, Supportive Feedback, Mindset, and Motivation,” was held at McGeorge School of Law on October 18.  In this presentation, Professor Manning discussed how faculty at McGeorge can provide feedback to students in ways that increase motivation, foster a growth mindset, and lead to greater student success.