• Evening Student Juggles On-Air and In-Class Duties

    Evening student Ethan Bearman ’19 has a unique relationship with his professors: Some of them end up as his guests on his eponymous Los Angeles radio show. The IT security expert and radio host has already found novel ways to employee his legal knowledge.

  • Remembering a Legendary Professor

    Generations of future property lawyers and educators have been inspired by Professor Emeritus William (Bill) G. Coskran ’59. Known for being a humorous, unpretentious and friendly, Coskran influenced generations of Loyola graduates. Dean Michael Waterstone described Coskran as "a treasure to our community and represented the best of who we are."

  • Loyola Hosts 'Courting Justice' Episode of Tavis Smiley

    Loyola's Robinson Courtroom hosted a panel of sitting judges discussing how the U.S. court system can deliver better justice for all in a special episode of “The Tavis Smiley Show.” Guests included Journalist Law School panelists Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye, California Supreme Court; and Chief Judge Eric T. Washington, District of Columbia Court of Appeals.

  • Summer Job Diaries: Exploring International IP as USPTO Extern

    Julius Bodie, a rising third-year day student at Loyola, is spending his summer as an extern at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office Regional I.P. Attaché for Southeast Asia and Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). Based in Thailand, his position allows him to dive deep into international trade policy.

  • Alumna Styles Innovative Fashion Law Career at American Apparel

    As the general counsel of American Apparel, alumna Chelsea Grayson ’98 knows a thing or two about surviving in the fashion business. Ushering the high-profile clothier out of bankruptcy, she relies on her extensive experience to help the company regain its foothold in the industry.

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Loyola hosts Tavis Smiley's “Courting Justice” On June 10, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles' Robinson Courtroom hosted a panel of sitting judges discussing how the U.S. court system can deliver better justice for all in a special "Courting Justice" episode of The Tavis Smiley Show.

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