• Prof. Miller on Race & Courts: Minorities Subject to Unfair Treatment

    ‌Professor Eric Miller was a panelist on the Loyola Journalist Law School panel, "Race and the Courts," which addressed racial injustices in the court system. Minorities are channeled "into the criminal justice system in greater numbers, and for longer, than similarly situated white individuals," writes Miller.

  • Summer Job Diaries: Exploring International IP as USPTO Extern

    Julius Bodie, a rising third-year day student at Loyola, is spending his summer as an extern at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Regional I.P. Attaché for Southeast Asia and Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Based in Thailand, his position allows him to dive deep into international trade policy.

  • Alumnus Bob Myers Propels Golden State Warriors

    Under the leadership of alumnus Bob Myers '03, the Golden State Warriors earned an NBA championship in 2015 and reached game seven of the finals in 2016. During the same period, the sports agent-turned-general-manager orchestrated the construction of a new stadium in downtown San Francisco. He credits Loyola for giving him the foundation to do it all.

  • Prof. Zimmerman: Agency Class Actions In Action

    Prof. Adam Zimmerman's recommendations to the Administrative Conference of the United States regarding class action hearings for almost all federal agencies have been approved. These recommendations will apply to all federal agencies that adjudicate claims for both federal and state courts on issues like veterans benefits, consumer protection and more.

  • Alumna Styles Innovative Fashion Law Career at American Apparel

    As the general counsel of American Apparel, alumna Chelsea Grayson ’98 knows a thing or two about surviving in the fashion business. Ushering the high-profile clothier out of bankruptcy, she relies on her extensive experience to help the company regain its foothold in the industry.

Loyola hosts Tavis Smiley's “Courting Justice” On June 10, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles' Robinson Courtroom hosted a panel of sitting judges discussing how the U.S. court system can deliver better justice for all in a special "Courting Justice" episode of The Tavis Smiley Show.

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Freed assesses outlook for terrorism lawsuit against social networking sites for KNBC-TV Digital media attorney explains responsibilities of social media companies related to terrorist content

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Scott speaks to USA Today about Stanford students' petition for school to name sex offenders Gender and law expert questions if release would create safer environments for students

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Willis analyzes Bank of Canada's potential "debt sinkhole" with CBC Consumer protection analyst suggests alternatives

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