• Brand Narrative Focus of Fashion Law Program

    The Fashion Law Summer Intensive aims to arm lawyers, designers, fashion industry executives and entrepreneurs with the skills they need to successfully launch and maintain a fashion line. The one-week program with evening and online classes at Loyola's downtown campus will feature lectures by top practitioners in the field.

  • Meet the Loyola Alumnus Behind Warriors’ NBA Championship

    Congratulations general manager Bob Myer's '03, who led the Golden State Warriors to their first NBA Championship since 1975.

  • Professor Lauren Willis Wins 2015 Paper Prize

    Professor Lauren Willis has won the 2015 Paper Prize from the International Association of Privacy Professionals, for her article Performance-Based Consumer Law, 82 U. Chicago L. Rev. (2015). The prize was awarded at the Privacy Law Scholars Conference held at U.C. Berkeley School of Law.

  • Guilty by Association: Making a Case against Gang Enhancements and Injunctions

The Center for Juvenile Law and Policy invites you to join its two-day symposium for defenders, experts, and advocates in a community examination of gang enhancements, gang injunctions, gang outreach, and defending gang cases in court.  For registration, please visit our registration site.
    CJLP Convenes Stakeholders for Dialogue on Gang Charges

    Loyola's Center for Juvenile Law & Policy hosted a two-day symposium for defenders, experts and advocates in a community examination of gang enhancements, injunctions, and outreach, as well as defending gang cases. CJLP Director Sean Kennedy, former Federal Public Defender for the Central District of California, opened the symposium.

  • Take Your Lawyering to the Next Level

    Learn more about the Law School's new LLM Specializations in Civil Litigation and Advocacy, Criminal Justice, Entertainment Law, Intellectual Property and International Business Law.


Professor Clark discussed Supreme Court opinion on healthcare with Modern Healthcare Health law expert notes the importance of subsidies for increasing healthcare access to low- and moderate-income people

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Prof. Caplan weighs in on city council meetings banning speakers with KPLU Former ACLU attorney says freedom of speech works differently in different situation but viewpoint-neutrality must be observed

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Fashion Law Project featured in California Apparel News Fashion Law Summer Intensive and other unique offerings are highlighted.

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