• Take Your Lawyering to the Next Level

    Learn more about the Law School's new LLM Specializations in Civil Litigation and Advocacy, Criminal Justice, Entertainment Law, Intellectual Property and International Business Law during an information session on June 11 on our downtown LA campus.

  • Guilty by Association: Making a Case against Gang Enhancements and Injunctions

The Center for Juvenile Law and Policy invites you to join its two-day symposium for defenders, experts, and advocates in a community examination of gang enhancements, gang injunctions, gang outreach, and defending gang cases in court.  For registration, please visit our registration site.
    CJLP Convenes Stakeholders for Dialogue on Gang Charges

    Loyola's Center for Juvenile Law & Policy hosted a two-day symposium for defenders, experts and advocates in a community examination of gang enhancements, injunctions, and outreach, as well as defending gang cases. CJLP Director Sean Kennedy, former Federal Public Defender for the Central District of California, opened the symposium.

  • Loyola Clinic Has Global Impact

    The deputy director of Loyola's International Human Rights Clinic (IHRC) spoke at the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland on aspects of Jamaica’s human rights record in anticipation of the 22nd Session of the Universal Periodic Review of the UN Human Rights Council. This is just one of the many ways in which the IHRC impacts the world.

  • Sentencing Clinic Makes Strides in Advocacy, Outreach

    Members of Loyola’s Juvenile Innocence & Fair Sentencing Clinic visited Pelican Bay State Prison to present information to inmates eligible under Senate Bill 260 (SB 260), the Youth Offender Parole Act. Part of the Center for Juvenile Law & Policy, the clinic has found success helping inmates secure release.

  • Byrne Trial Team Successes Spotlight
    Full-Court Press: Byrne Team Notches Big Wins

    Loyola's Byrne Trial Advocacy Team scored several key victories this academic year, and is poised for more as it prepares for the Association of Justice (AAJ) Student Trial Competition National Finals after earning a regional title. The team also made it to the "Elite Eight" at the National Trial Competition.

News

Fashion Law Clinic highlighted by the National Law Journal The National Law Journal published a profile on the Fashion Law Clinic at Loyola Law School.

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Prof. Natapoff quoted in Washington Post on the use of jailhouse informants Leading expert on the use of informants quoted in Washington Post on ending jailhouse informants in death penalty cases.

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Prof. Glazier's scholarship shapes Guantanamo opinion, CBC reports Expert on military commissions cited by Justice June Ross on several aspects of Omar Khadr's U.S. appeal and release from Guantanamo.

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Prof. Kim quoted in OC Register story about immmigrants' rights bills Immigration law expert discussed impact of the legislation.

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