Monday, July 8, 2013
The dean of the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law says the school is downsizing its student body and staff.
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"The law school has reorganized the staff in Sacramento to align with its new size. The school first offered a voluntary severance plan to all staff members. This week it was necessary to lay off several staff members. McGeorge is going to be a smaller law school, but it will continue its proud tradition over 90 years of educating excellent attorneys."
The Bee contacted Daniels early Friday after receiving an email tip of a "round of involuntary staff layoffs" at McGeorge this week.
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Daniels said in a midafternoon email that "the number of layoffs was very small and the majority of reductions were voluntary."
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Hat tip to Above the Law.