• Aiding Clients Convicted as Juveniles, Student Makes a Difference

    Arguing on behalf of a client before the California Court of Appeal recently, Lauren Sapp ’17 reaffirmed her mantra: “Helping out a real person, there’s nothing like it.” As a member of Loyola’s Juvenile Innocence & Fair Sentencing Clinic, she's charged with crafting arguments to advocate for the early release of her clients.

  • For New Assistant Director of Admissions, Evening Program Is Key

    Oscar Sanchez, the new Assistant Director of Admissions, is focused on the JD Evening Program, one of the most highly regarded programs of its kind in the U.S. — and No. 1 on the West Coast. "I am passionate about diversifying the legal community," says Sanchez, whose experience is informed by his background as an attorney.

  • A Former Partner, Professor Views Students as ‘New Associates’

    For most of Director of Concentrations Gary Craig’s students, class is just another day at the office. “I treat my students as if they were a group of new associates at a law firm,” said Craig, a professor at Loyola since 2010. His associates have ample opportunity to practice their craft through myriad exercises simulating real-world experiences.

  • For Alumna with Health Law Aspirations, Loyola Fit the Bill

    Aliza Grossman ’16 cultivated an interest in health care law as an undergraduate student. So when it was time to research law schools, it was at the top of her checklist. Then came a call from Professor Brietta Clark, associate dean for faculty and the director of Loyola’s Health Care Law Course of Study.

  • Election '16: Forecasting Candidates' Supreme Court Picks

    Allan Ides '79, Christopher N. May Chair, draws on his experience as a constitutional law scholar and former U.S. Supreme Court clerk to decipher how the candidates would approach Supreme Court nominations. "The next president probably will have the opportunity to appoint three, maybe even four justices in the next four years."

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PreLaw magazine notes Loyola's strides in jobs, criminal law, health care law and public interest law Assistant Dean for Career Development discusses Loyola's improved employment numbers

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Dean Installation

Dean Michael Waterstone will be formally installed during a ceremony to be held from 5-6 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1 on Loyola’s campus. Help us celebrate! RSVP

Grand Reunion

Join many of Loyola Law School’s 17,000+ alumni for the 2016 Alumni Grand Reunion from 6-9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1.  Enjoy a special concert by a former lead guitarist of The Eagles, Don Felder! RSVP

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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.