• Social Justice-Minded Student Reboots Career with Evening Program

    Evening student Kathleen Becket ’18 is growing her skills and her social justice goals during her time at Loyola Law School. Loyola’s part-time JD program is enabling her to fulfill her ambition of becoming an advocate and an agent of change.

  • Prof. Levinson: Protecting the Electoral Process

    As a fractious, surreal presidential election enters the final stretch, emotions and distractions abound. But Loyola Law School’s Jessica Levinson remains focused on shining light on fundamental issues that imperil and distort our democratic process.

  • For JD/Tax LLM Student with Tax Background, LLS an Obvious Choice

    It makes sense that Estevan Fernandez ’18 would be one of the handful of Loyola students working toward earning a JD and an LLM in tax simultaneously. He began doing people’s taxes when he was only 19 years old. The Byrne Trial Advocacy Team member relishes his experience. “There are so many good practice opportunities,” he says.

  • Networking & Honing Practical Skills a Priority for Tax LLM Director

    Tax policy issues have come to the forefront this election cycle, underscoring the importance of skilled professionals who can spot tax issues, interpret tax policy and deal with the change that comes with a new president’s policies. Enter Loyola Tax LLM Director Jennifer Kowal, who has long understood the critical role tax professionals play.

  • A Conversation with Dean Michael Waterstone

    We sat down with Dean Michael Waterstone at the Law School’s Frank Gehry-designed campus located in downtown Los Angeles to talk about Loyola, his experience and his new role as Dean.

Professor Adam Zimmerman

Zimmerman op-ed on class actions for education suits published in RegBlog Class action expert discusses how government should handle claims of former ITT students seeking loan forgiveness

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Mitchell discusses California's death penalty measures with KCRW-FM Alarcón Advocacy Center director explains Prop 62 and 68

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Atik weighs in with Bloomberg on heavy fines on Exxon-Mobil levied by Chad International law expert discusses Exxon-Mobil's future relationship with the country

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Professor Adam Zimmerman

Zimmerman's article one of the top 5 most downloaded administrative law review articles in September The Yale Journal on Regulation describes piece as "terrific and important"

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LLS Recruitment Events

Our Admissions team will be visiting universities across the U.S. this fall and welcome the opportunity to answer any questions you may have about the admissions process. Find out if they'll be at your school.

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Election Commentary Guide

Loyola Law School faculty have been contributing their analyses to the Election 2016 Commentary Guide. Recent posts opine on the party conventions.