• Making a Difference, One Pro Bono Placement at a Time

    As the assistant to the director of Loyola Law School’s Public Interest Law Department, Christine Zeimantz specializes in helping Loyola students fulfill their pro bono graduation requirements while offering guidance to those who are committed to a public interest law career. She makes a difference by helping students make a difference.

  • For LAPD Lieutenant, Loyola Degree Critical to Success

    For Steve Lurie ’02, a lieutenant with the Los Angeles Police Department and an adjunct professor, there is no doubt that his legal education at Loyola is linked to his ascent on the force. The professor of Police Practices Seminar sees the Master of Science in Legal Studies degree as a natural choice for officers looking to stay current on best practices.

  • Finding Success as a Tax Law Practitioner

    Tax LLM alumna Victoria Lee '15 continues to reap the benefits of her Loyola degree as a successful tax law practitioner. “There is a great sense of community within the program that continues even when you leave campus," she says of the program that is ranked in the top five nationally by U.S. News & World Report.

  • Congratulations, Class of 2016!

    Loyola congratulates all members of the Class of 2016! For a snapshot of Commencement, view our #LoyolaLaw2016 social media gallery, which features photos from graduates, faculty, friends and family. To echo the Hon. Tony Coelho, we "hope you leave Loyola Law School believing you can do anything."

  • Prof. Sean Scott: Innovation Inside and Outside the Classroom

    Senior Associate Dean Sean M. Scott’s innovative teaching methods have led to the development and implementation of Loyola’s Master of Science in Legal Studies program for non-lawyers. They have also helped inspire the launch of the school's programs in cybersecurity and fashion law.

Waterstone assesses questions of media mogul's competency in New York Times Disability right-law expert opines on effects on trust.

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Levinson discusses impact of misconduct allegations on sheriff's political aspirations with The Sacramento Bee Expert on ethics and the law analyzes effect of $3.7 million judgment against Sacramento County and its Sheriff’s Department.

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Levenson discusses Cosby legal spending with New York Times Criminal law expert opines on benefits of litigation.

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Mitchell’s research cited by Daily Titan regarding death penalty Director of Loyola’s Alarcón Advocacy Center work on cost of killing criminals noted

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MLS Application Deadline

The priority application deadline for the Master of Science in Legal Studies (MLS) is June 1, 2016. Learn more>>