My name's Joseph Kowalski. I'm a proud McGeorge alumni. I picked McGeorge a couple reasons. You know, I really liked the location and it's beautiful campus. They are very generous, very generous with the scholarship and financial aid and that kind of thing, which I really appreciated.
Their water program, my background is environmental law, they're their water law programs, one of the best in the country actually, they have some of the best environmental law professors. And I also just knew that they had a really good network around the Capitol for kind of getting people both while they're at the school externships with with various state agencies and some really big name law firms but also like helping people kind of network and get get into those positions once the graduated.
My favorite part of McGeorge, it's probably just it's very close knit. It's very small law school. I'm from the east coast, so it had a very similar feel, to kind of like the most smaller, personalized type of schools where you can really get to know the professors. First name basis, you know, always, office always open, you know, you can even just grab a coffee or a beer with them in the cafeteria type thing. It's very approachable staff very easy to, you know, come at them with questions about your education.
My favorite spot on campus is actually just outside. You know, like I said, it's it's a beautiful green campus, a lot of trees, so I would just sit outside and study or have a coffee, maybe have a beer. Yeah, it's very, very scenic. Best parts of Sacramento? I love Old Town. You know, it's a little corny, but it's definitely like a cute, cute little Western town. There's a lot of great breweries popping up around the Freeport area. A lot of good Chinese food, which I personally love. That's a great food city overall. I mean, there's pretty much any type of food you can imagine here. And then just Midtown so you know, so much fun. There's like museums and cafes and bars, and everything.