• Experience Loyola: Online Classes, Webinars and On-Campus Tours

    Loyola Law School offers a full schedule of campus tours and on-campus information sessions, as well as the ability to sample a class or attend a webinar via live online stream. Upcoming events include an online Contracts class on Monday, Feb. 20 and a campus tour on Friday, Feb. 24.

  • For Globe-Trotting Attorney, Tax LLM a Path Back to Estate Planning

    By the time Cari Jackson Lewis ’17 enrolled in Loyola's Tax LLM program, she already had a globe-spanning career that included time as a big-firm trusts-and-estates associate in New York, a philanthropy consultant in Australia and a contract lawyer in London. Now her LLM will help her return to her "first love": estate planning.

  • Criminal Justice Inspires Future Prosecutor

    As a real estate agent and property manager, Diane Chang ’17 enrolled in Loyola Law School’s Evening Division intending to become a real estate litigator. Once she got to law school, “that’s when everything changed.” Now, she's working with the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office.

  • Dean of Students: Master’s Degree in Law a Tool to Advance Career

    Associate Dean of Student Affairs Priya Sridharan explains how Loyola Law School's Master of Science in Legal Studies program, one of the first of its kind, offers working professionals a customized legal education in a variety of subject areas to advance their careers or help them pivot into a new one.

  • Working Toward Reform in Bangladesh, Judge Turns to Loyola LLM

    Well-known in his home country of Bangladesh, Judge Abdul Halim plans on using his LLM degree to change the civil litigation system in his native country by promoting and expanding the use of alternative dispute resolution. “I’m trying to do something for the people,” he said.

Lapp in Voice of San Diego on SDPD circumnavigating law limiting juvenile DNA collection Juvenile law expert notes it will be hard to justify the DNA collection

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Ghirardelli in LLM Guide explaining importance of Loyola's Cybersecurity & Data Privacy Law program Faculty director of the LLM underscores the skillset needed by lawyers anticipating and coping with security breaches.

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Levinson explains boycotting as weapon in U.S. politics with San Francisco Chronicle Law and process expert

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Levenson evaluates impact of President Trump's attacks on judiciary for Associated Press Criminal law expert notes remarks could inspire violence

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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!