The Loyola curriculum offers a wide variety of major practice fields and structured courses. While taking required first year and upper division classes, students have many opportunities to find out what kind of law they want to pursue. With 325 elective courses to choose from, students can study an array of topics that suit their interests.
For those who have honed in on a law field, there are 12 Concentrations, which provide a strong academic structure combined with hands-on experience in that specific field, and beyond those more structured opportunities, Loyola offers several less formal Courses of Study in distinct substantive areas. No matter which pathway one chooses, Loyola encourages students to "learn by doing" to become practice-ready upon graduation.
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919 Albany St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015