Loyola Law School prepares students to practice law effectively in any jurisdiction in the United States. Yet, a quality legal education does far more than simply prepare a student to file a lawsuit or draft a contract.
Loyola's program is designed to teach the student to think and reason critically. The program tries to instill in its students a respect and appreciation for the law as a discipline influenced by philosophical, historical and political forces. The faculty, therefore, reviews the curriculum continuously, revising and developing it not only to meet the changing needs of contemporary law practice, but also to protect and enhance Loyola's intellectual climate and promote the ideals set forth in the Law School's Mission Statement.
Loyola's curriculum has tremendous breadth and depth. From Constitutional Law to Entertainment Law, from Legal Philosophy to Trial Practice, students at Loyola enjoy exciting and stimulating course offerings. Most importantly, the size of both its full time and adjunct faculties enables Loyola to offer a large and varied array of courses. All students must complete 87 units in preparation for graduation from Loyola Law School.
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