Dorothy Landsberg, an alumna of McGeorge School of Law, is an Associate Professor of Lawyering Skills. Professor Landsberg served as the Associate Dean for Experiential Learning from July 2015 to June 2017, and before that she served as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs since July 2013. Prior to her Associate Dean roles, she served as Director of Legal Clinics for four years. Under her Clinical leadership, McGeorge launched a Federal Defender Clinic and a Criminal Appellate Advocacy Clinic, and created two mediation clinics — a Prisoner Civil Rights Mediation Clinic in cooperation with the U.S. District Court, Eastern District of California, and a Housing Mediation Clinic under a grant from the state of California. The law school was awarded the 2013 Ninth Circuit ADR Education Award for these two innovative mediation clinics. Both clinics are noteworthy not only for the services that they offer to the community and the education they provide to our students, but also for the unique public-private partnerships that the clinics’ embody. While serving as Associate Dean, Professor Landsberg continues to co-teach in the Prisoner Civil Rights Mediation Clinic.