• Angela Agrusa '87: IP Guru Finds Classmates Make Good Partners

    Angela Agrusa's prowess in the fields of consumer marketing and intellectual property regularly lands her in the Southern California Super Lawyers "Top 100" and "Top 50 Women" lists. But before her legal career took flight, she recalls her time as a Loyola student and the feeling that she was "a leader among leaders" in the campus community.

  • Grand Reunion 2014
    Alumni Grand Reunion to Celebrate 50 Years at Albany

    Alumni are invited to a weekend campus celebration Sept. 20-21 featuring a live performance by Peter Cetera. Reconnect with classmates and professors while meeting new colleagues. There will be special reunion class gatherings for alumni from 1964, 1974, 1984, 1994 and 2004. Register now!

  • Loyola Hosts the Southern California Criminal Justice Roundtable

    Loyola hosted the first Southern California Criminal Justice Roundtable, an intensive day-long paper workshop for criminal justice scholars from UCLA, USC, UC Irvine and Loyola. The next Roundtable will be hosted by UCLA.

  • Summer Jobs: Brittany Elias
    Summer Job Diaries: Learning the Art of the Hollywood Deal

    Brittany Elias '15 is working as a summer associate at Kramer Holcomb Sheik LLP (KHS), where she also serves as marketing director. At Loyola, she helped found the Dotted Line Reporter, a blog dedicated to covering entertainment and IP law. She credits Loyola faculty with helping her secure the job.

  • Deposition Skills Workshop
    Subject-Matter Concentrations Provide Focus

    Students participating in one of Loyola's unique Concentrations receive tailored counseling, unparalleled networking opportunities and practical training, whether it's through the Civil Litigation Skills Practicum's Deposition Skills Workshop (pictured) or any of the school's myriad experiential-learning offerings.

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Prof. Guttentag quoted in Wall Street Journal about corporate political spending Business law professor assessed the impact of gifts on stock performance.

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Project for the Innocent Pico-Union summary

Loyola's Project for the Innocent hosts community outreach session Project staff attorneys and students were on hand to answer questions from those with loved ones in jail.

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Loyola ranks third in survey of law schools producing most satisfied big-firm lawyers American Lawyer asked “Which Law Schools Produce the Most Satisfied Big-Firm Lawyers?” Third answer: Loyola Law School.

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Prof. Glazier discusses treatment of POWs on Radio Free Europe Professor David Glazier evaluated whether parading captured soldiers violates international convention.

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