• Loyola Project for the Innocent Secures Second Exoneration of 2017

    Loyola Project for the Innocent client Marco Contreras has been released after serving 20 years for a wrongful conviction. The exoneration comes less than two weeks after the release of LPI client Andrew Wilson, who spent 32 years in prison.

  • Fidler Institute on Criminal Justice Looks at Protests, Hacking

    Loyola Law School, Los Angeles’ 11th-annual Fidler Institute on Criminal Justice explored new ways that lawyers are prosecuting, defending and investigating Russian hacking, man-made environmental disasters, prescription painkiller abuse, human trafficking and protests. The event included the Fidler Awards honoring members of the legal community.

  • For Computing Specialist, MLS Program a Matter of National Security

    Searching for a path to accelerate her career in the cybersecurity field, Erica Tinsley ’17 turned to Loyola’s Master of Science in Legal Studies (MLS), with a specialization in Cybersecurity & Data Privacy. The degree program already has helped her in her current position, and she has her sights set on climbing higher.

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    Evening Student Rekindles Dream, Crosses Paths with Niece

    Twenty-some years ago, Ray Woo set aside his plans of pursuing a JD so he could support his wife in pursuit of hers. Now, he's back on track in Loyola's JD Evening Program. And it's still a family affair: Woo's niece Lani is a second year day student.

  • MLS Student Applying Classroom Knowledge to Human Resources Job

    Sona Yesayan still has a few months to go before she earns a Master of Science in Legal Studies (MLS) degree, but her Loyola legal education has already helped her develop online employee training and compliance programs on important issues such as sexual harassment and disability accommodation.

Ides questions need for "originalist" on Supreme Court in op-ed for The Sacramento Bee Constitutional law expert analyzes Supreme Court nominee Judge Neil Gorsuch’s originalist approach toward interpreting the Constitution.

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Willis writes The Wall Street Journal op-ed arguing against mandatory personal financing courses for college students Consumer law expert notes courses will send incorrect message about financial success

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Ides in Bloomberg on challenges new travel ban will face Constitutional law expert notes updated order will still face trouble in court

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Aprill pens op-ed on tax implications of houses of worship functioning as "sanctuaries" in Los Angeles Daily Journal Expert on tax-except organization notes group could face some risk

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April 14: JD Evening Program Deadline

The deadline to apply for our JD Evening Program is Friday, April 14. Learn more or apply now!