• 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!

  • Steve Harmon '72: In Defense of the Underdog

    As the leader of the Riverside County Public Defender's Office, Steve Harmon emphasizes the importance of the attorney-client relationship to his staff. He has handled a wide range of cases throughout his career, and no matter the nature of the case, he treats every client as if they were a member of his family.

  • 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.


Loyola's Fashion Law Summer Intensive featured in California Apparel News Inaugural weeklong program focused on brand building, case study

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Prof. Levenson publishes op-ed on monitoring communication from prison inmates Professor Laurie Levenson opines on reports that federal prosecutors are intercepting emails between prison inmates and their counsel in the Daily Journal.

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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 undocumented immigrants must prove to gain legal residency in an immigration court case.

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Grand Reunion Weekend: 50 Years at Albany Join in the Celebration! This is no ordinary year. The Loyola Law School Community is proud to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its Albany Street campus. The Grand Reunion will be a weekend celebration on September 20-21, 2014 with activities celebrating 50 years at Albany, special reunion class gatherings, awards and much more.

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Civil Justice Program Symposium: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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Concentration Fair 2012

Clinics, Concentrations & Experiential Learning Fair to Showcase Practical Training Offerings Current Students: Join us Wednesday, September 10th in Burns Lounge for important information on applying for clinics for Spring and Fall 2015, dates for team competitions and prerequisites for participating in all the programs.

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Fourth-Annual Sister Janet Harris Juvenile Advocate Awards Reception The event will honor the Hon. Michael Nash and Cyn Yamashiro, and celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Center for Juvenile Law and Policy. The celebration will be held at the Annenberg Community Beach House in Santa Monica.

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