Loyola Law School’s Juris Doctor (JD) program provides students the opportunity to study law and related disciplines in a rigorous and collaborative environment. With prominent faculty members and cutting-edge programs, Loyola students have unparalleled opportunities and the experience required to be successful in the legal field. Concentrations offer unique focus in areas like Cybersecurity & Data Privacy.


JD Day Program
A three-year program for full-time law students. The priority application deadline is February 25, 2017.

JD Evening Program
A part-time program designed for students who for reasons of employment, family or other responsibilities are not able to carry the full course load. The priority application deadline is April 14, 2017.

Transfer Applicants
Students who have previously attended or are current students at another ABA accredited law school are eligible to apply as transfer applicants. 

Visiting and Special Students
Students from another ABA accredited law school interested in attending Loyola for no more than two semesters or for special students interested in only taking one class at Loyola. 

Dual Degree Programs

JD/MBA Program
Offers students a combination of both a legal and business education.  Students will receive both degrees in four years, rather than five. This distinguishable program provides students with invaluable opportunities and experiences. 

JD/Tax LLM Program
The only fully-sequenced three year joint JD/Tax LLM program in the U.S. Within three years, receive both degrees which prepare them to practice tax immediately upon graduation. 

MA/JD Program
This program in only open to current LMU Masters in Education students. Students will receive a teaching credential, Master of Arts in Urban Education, and a Law degree in 4 1/2 years.