• 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.

  • Seminar Classes for Fall 2014
    New Semester, New Perspectives

    The fall 2014 semester features a compelling array of of seminar-style classes offering a range of perspectives. From European Union Law to International Intellectual Property to Money and Politics: The Law of Political Campaigns, a wide swath of subjects is covered.

  • Joyce Chang '15: Passion for Public Interest

    Joyce Chang capitalized on many of the opportunities offered by Loyola's Public Interest Law Foundation. She attended speaker events for career advice from professionals, participated in mock interviews and networked with practitioners. Chang also received work-study funding for summer employment through Loyola's SPIEP program.

  • Dean Conklin '14: A Voice for Juvenile Rights

    For Dean Conklin, a legal education was the best way to address the needs of the underrepresented. His work bridges the gaps in the juvenile justice system through educational rights advocacy, improving access to mental health services and policy work. Loyola's Public Interest Law Foundation recognized his commitment to service this year.


Prof. Pollman discusses corporate personhood on NPR's Morning Edition Prof. Elizabeth Pollman cites the difference between for-profit and non-profit companies on NPR.

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Prof. Lapp discusses asylum and other immigration processes Professor Kevin Lapp explained on KNBC-TV what illegal immigrants are required to prove to gain legal residency in an immigration court case.

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Professor Adam Zimmerman

Prof. Zimmerman's article, "The Corporate Settlement Mill," cited in story about GM's compensation plan Professor Adam Zimmerman co-wrote a paper that was referenced to explain the steps GM is taking to compensate victims of accidents caused by factory defects.

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Loyola's Project for the Innocent helps secure exoneration for wrongly accused Obie Anthony, whom the LPI helped secure release in 2011, was exonerated of his charges during a spring hearing.

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Fashion Law Summer Intensive Program The Fashion Law Summer Intensive Program will provide an innovative, hands-on curriculum and training in a nine-day immersion into the world of fashion law. Using a case study and using practical skill/clinic style of teaching, participants will learn what it takes to launch and grow a successful brand.

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Injury as Cultural Practice The symposium will address some of the most difficult and important debates over injuries now taking place in societies around the world.

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US-China IP Conference This all-day conference will bring together senior policymakers, academics and international practitioners from China and the U.S.

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13th-Annual National Civil Trial Competition Loyola Law School will host the National Civil Trial Competition, sponsored by the law firms of Greene Broillet & Wheeler and Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, and CourtCall.

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