• Summer Job Diaries: Practicing Attorney Training

    Houman Sayaghi is a rising third-year day student at Loyola. He is spending his summer working as a certified law clerk at the Law Office of Dennis Chang. In his role, he performs many of the same duties as the lawyers he works with while under their supervision in everything from criminal defense to corporate law.

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    Loyola Searches for New Dean

    Loyola Law School is embarking on a nationwide search for a dean to succeed Victor Gold, who will return to the classroom after leading the school for seven years. The Dean Search Committee seeks candidates with a range of experience and qualifications.

  • Fall seminar classes updated
    Fall 2015 Offerings Address Array of Subjects

    This fall, Loyola is offering a wide array of exciting classes, many of them seminars where you can get a unique small-class experience with leading legal experts. Read more about the opportunities.

  • Girl, Interrupted: Immigration Clinic Secures Teen's Green Card

    The Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic (LIJC) provides its students with practical training while helping clients secure immigration relief. A new podcast episode focuses on clinical law student Alejandro Barajas's work with 17-year-old Esmeralda to obtain relief for her in the form of Special Immigrant Juveniles (SIJ) Status.

  • 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.


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