• Student Blog: The Dotted Line Reporter

    The Dotted Line Reporter was created by five Loyola students who share a passion for the entertainment industry and a talent for the written word. They draw inspiration from the classroom as they investigate how the law intersects with social media, film, music, sports, pop culture and the arts.

  • Byrne Team 2014 spotlight
    Setting a High Bar: Byrne Trial Team Has Record-Setting Year

    Loyola’s Byrne Trial Advocacy Team has notched an unprecedented number of victories this year, with key wins in multiple categories across a variety of competitions. The team is led by alumna Director of Trial Advocacy Susan Poehls, who was named Lifetime Achievement Award for Excellence in Teaching Advocacy.

  • Three for Three: Pro Bono, Geibelson, Workman, Chang
    3 for 3: Alumni Dedicated to Pro Bono Work

    In their roles at top Los Angeles firms, alumni Cyndie Chang ′03, Michael Geibelson ′95 and Paul Workman ′80 give back to the community in a big way through a philosophy each honed at Loyola. "The Law School helped to form in me the conviction of how you measure yourself as a person would depend on the extent of my service to others."

  • Employment Rights Clinic Spotlight
    At Employment Rights Clinic, Practical Training is Job No. 1

    The students in Kevin Kish’s Employment Rights Clinic are charged with formulating assessments in real case of workplace retaliation. Their work has real-life impact when their decisions are adopted by the California Labor Commission.

  • Fidler Institute 2014 Preview Jackie Lacey
    A 50-Year Look Back at Criminal Law Milestones

    For the 50th anniversary of Loyola’s campus, April 11's Fidler Institute on Criminal Justice will include 50 Years Since..."the Boston Strangler: Murder Prosecutions,” "Kitty Genovese: Sex Crimes,” “Federal Civil Rights Act” and “Jimmy Hoffa’s Fraud Conviction: White Collar Crime.” Jackie Lacey, DA, LA County, will deliver opening remarks.


Longtime Professor Peter Tiersma, who shaped Calif. jury instructions, leaves legacy of scholarship Professor Peter Tiersma passed away on Sunday, April 13 after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Tiersma joined the Loyola Law School faculty in 1990. His courses included Remedies, the Language and the Law Seminar, and Trusts & Wills.

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Loyola faculty present at "Preventive Force: Targeted Killing and Technology" symposium Law School Professors David Glazier and Cesare Romano are featured speakers at the event, which is hosted at Loyola Marymount University from April 13-15.

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Prof. Atik publishes a review in the Los Angeles Review of Books Professor Jeffrey Atik publishes a review on Water 4.0: The Past, Present, and Future of the World's Most Vital Resource in the Los Angeles Review of Books.

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Prof. Levinson publishes op-eds on McCutcheon campaign finance ruling Professor Jessica Levinson publishes op-eds and discusses the McCutcheon ruling on the air.

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OutLaw Alumni Reception Hon. D. Zeke Zeidler '91 will be recognized as the Alumnus of the Year

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“The Civil Rights Act at 50: Where Do We Go From Here?” Please join us for this year’s annual celebration of the birthdays of Martin Luther King, Jr. and Cesar Chavez.

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Fidler Institute on Criminal Justice to feature panels on cutting-edge criminal law issues. Loyola Law School is hosting its eighth annual Fidler Institute on Criminal Justice on Friday, April 11 on its downtown L.A. campus. The day will be capped by a judges’ reception and the presentation of the Fidler Awards.

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Transactional Negotiation Team Tournament Finals The two finalists of this year's Transactional Negotiation Team Tournament will face off in the final round - followed by a reception and networking event for Corporate Law Concentration students and students interested in the Concentration for next year.

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