• Student's Commitment to Justice is Fostered by Family

    Seeing first-hand the inadequacies of immigration courts, Cecilia Equihua aims to use her advocacy skills to improve access to justice for those often denied it. The third-year student has already engaged her persuasive writing skills to write an influential op-ed on the topic.

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    Dean Paul Hayden Continues Legacy of Prosser & Keeton on Torts

    Few law books are as universally recognized for their impact on a subject area as “Prosser & Keeton on Torts.” Loyola Law School Interim Dean Paul T. Hayden is carrying on the legacy of the 1941 tome that has become an essential study aid for generations of law students and lawyers.

  • Clinic Makes Federal Case Out of Civil Rights Claims

    Students in Loyola’s Ninth Circuit Appellate Clinic successfully defended a prison inmate’s right to religious freedom. Run by alumna Paula Mitchell '02, the clinic allows students to experience the myriad facets of appellate work.

  • Law Review - Election
    Loyola Law Review: Confronting Issues at the Heart of Democracy

    A recent issue of the Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review covered important headline-grabbing issues related to the law of war and election law. Articles address campaign finance, felons' right to vote, global armed conflict and more.

  • Degree Programs Focus on Cybersecurity

    Starting in 2016, Loyola will offer cutting-edge programming in cybersecurity available to students pursuing their JD, Master of Studies in Legal Science or Master of Laws degree. Students interested in the MLS program may learn more at an upcoming info session.

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Prof. Glazier's amicus brief in Nashiri military commission trial cited on LawFare Law of war expert speaks on case against Guantánamo Bay prisoner.

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Prof. Levenson discusses The People V. OJ Simpson: American Crime Story with AirTalk Criminal law expert explains how this program could reshape the narrative.

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Prof. Levinson discusses Iowa caucuses with KNBC-TV Election law expert explains potential impact on candidates.

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Prof. Hawthorne discusses Gov. Brown's ballot measure relaxing sentencing on KPCC-FM Juvenile law expert explains potential outcomes of bill that would give judges more discretion on whether juveniles are treated as adults.

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