• Finding Success as a Tax Law Practitioner

    Tax LLM alumna Victoria Lee '15 continues to reap the benefits of her Loyola degree as a successful tax law practitioner. “There is a great sense of community within the program that continues even when you leave campus," she says of the program that is ranked in the top five nationally by U.S. News & World Report.

  • Congratulations, Class of 2016!

    Loyola congratulates all members of the Class of 2016! For a snapshot of Commencement, view our #LoyolaLaw2016 social media gallery, which features photos from graduates, faculty, friends and family. To echo the Hon. Tony Coelho, we "hope you leave Loyola Law School believing you can do anything."

  • Prof. Sean Scott: Innovation Inside and Outside the Classroom

    Senior Associate Dean Sean M. Scott’s innovative teaching methods have led to the development and implementation of Loyola’s Master of Science in Legal Studies program for non-lawyers. They have also helped inspire the launch of the school's programs in cybersecurity and fashion law.

  • Alumnus Paved Loyola’s Path to Supreme Court

    Allan Ides ’79 already was an expert on the processes of the U.S. Supreme Court by the time he argued a pivotal Confrontation Clause case in front of the justices in 1988. As a clerk to Associate Justice Byron R. White from 1980-81, Ides was a first-hand witness to the inside operations of the Court.

  • A Tax Program That Points to Success

    Sajdah Bryant ’16 enrolled in Loyola’s Tax LLM program last fall to accelerate her career. Supportive professors, engaged classmates and a valuable alumni network have provided her tools to ascend.

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Levenson discusses Cosby legal spending with New York Times Criminal law expert opines on benefits of litigation.

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Mitchell’s research cited by Daily Titan regarding death penalty Director of Loyola’s Alarcón Advocacy Center work on cost of killing criminals noted

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Natapoff discusses Orange County snitching scandal with The Intercept Expert on use of jailhouse informants puts scandal in historical context.

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Vario explains the Class Action Fairness Act of 2005 to Forbes Expert analyzes judge's authority in case over sanctions.

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