• Library Director Guides Students at All Chapters of Career

    As a professor of both Legal Research & Writing and Ethical Lawyering, Professor Daniel Martin encounters students at pivotal points in their academic arcs. And as director of the William M. Rains Library, he brings it all together by ensuring they call the library their "home away from home."

  • Admissions Dean Hones Eye for Outstanding Students

    Talent. Diversity. Achievement. Experience. When Jannell Lundy Roberts, senior assistant dean for admissions and enrollment services, reviews an admissions application, she looks for exceptionalism in many forms. She finds it in the myriad ways prospective students contribute to the community.

  • For Olympic Silver Medalist, Law School Came Naturally

    If Brittany Hayes ’13 learned one thing during her journey to a silver medal at the 2008 Summer Olympic Games, it was that stress is relative. Hayes, a member of the U.S. Women’s Water Polo Team, has perfected the fine art of performing under pressure. It is a skill that has served her well as a lawyer and law student.

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    Revamped Orientation Puts Social Justice, Practical Training First

    Loyola's revamped New Student Orientation included sessions on developing relationships with clients from underserved populations and hot topics like transgender equality and human trafficking. The new “First To Go” program provided advice to students making their families’ first foray into law school.

Professor Adam Zimmerman

Zimmerman's policy recommendations outlined in Yale Law Journal article on agency class actions are accepted by federal government Study detailing way to resolve backlog crisis surrounding veterans benefits, coal miners and injured employees analyzed.

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Levenson discusses controversial sexual assault ruling with CBS Evening News Criminal law expert weighs in on outcry

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Levinson op-ed dissects Trump's call for "election observers" Election law expert enumerates the flaws in Donald Trump’s predictions of voter fraud.

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Alarcón Advocacy Center report cited in East Bay Times op-ed advocating abolishment of California death penalty Director of the Loyola Project for the Innocent has studied competing ballot initiatives seeking to change capital punishment.

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Election Commentary Guide

Loyola Law School faculty have been contributing their analyses to the Election 2016 Commentary Guide. Recent posts opine on the party conventions.