• Taking Root: Resident Associates Find Full-Time Employment

    Adam Arora '14 participated in the inaugural year of Loyola Law School's Resident Associate Program (RAP), which offers recent graduates a one-year placement with small and mid-size law firms that do not typically hire entry-level attorneys. It developed into a full-time attorney position.

  • Initiating Change in Environmental Law

    3L student Alondra Espinosa spent her summer at the Environmental Protection Agency in Washington, D.C. At the EPA, she worked with leading scientists, attorneys and politicians on groundbreaking issues like the Clean Water Rule.

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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.

  • Maxwell Shoemaker Spotlight
    For Aspiring Entertainment Lawyer, Loyola Part of Script

    Carefully mapping a pathway to the litigation department of NBC Universal, student Maxwell Shoemaker has mastered the art of the career-advancing transition. Shoemaker is spending his summer as a litigation intern at NBC Universal, where he is researching complex entertainment-law issues, drafting cease-and-desist letters and more.

  • 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.

Prof. Manheim looks at case against LAPD and LA County Sheriff's office over license plate data Technology and privacy expert weighs in on the collection and storage of datain the Pasadena Star News

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Prof. Levenson quoted in OC Register regarding the push to remove Judge Kelly from bench Criminal law expert discusses Eighth Amendment and mandatory sentencing

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Loyola Law School alum elected president of California State Bar David J. Pasternak '76 elected 91st president of the California State Bar

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Loyola Law School alum elected to San Bernardino County Superior Court Corey G. Lee '03 was deputy chief of the U.S. Attorney’s Office, Central District of California

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Dean Search

Loyola seeks nominations and applications for its 17th dean. Visit the Dean Search website for more information.