• Degree Programs Focus on Cybersecurity

    Starting in 2016, Loyola will offer cutting-edge programming in cybersecurity available to students pursuing their JD, Master of Studies in Legal Science or Master of Laws degree. Students interested in the MLS program may learn more at an upcoming info session.

  • 2015 US-China IP Conference: Best Practices for Innovation and Creativity

    Loyola Law School, in collaboration with Berkeley Center for Law & Technology and Renmin University of China, presents the US-China IP Conference Oct. 8-9. Sessions will examine current IP topics: new trends and legal issues in transnational technology investment, development in copyright and patent, and cross-border IP enforcement.

  • Loyola Clinic Helps Man Sentences as Juvenile Find Freedom
    Juvenile Law Center on Front Lines of Advocacy

    The Juvenile Innocence and Fair Sentencing Clinic Director Chris Hawthorne (left), a 2000 alumnus, represented Frederick Summervilles (center) at his parole hearing. Hawthorne's use of SB 260 allowed Summervilles to tell his full history and ultimately secure his release in one of many related successes over the last year.

  • Alumna Brings Post-Conviction Prowess Back Home

    Loyola Law School, Los Angeles named prominent appellate attorney Paula Mitchell '02 as the new executive director of the Project for the Innocent. Mitchell, a longtime adjunct, is a high-profile commentator on death-penalty issues and served as career law clerk to Judge Arthur L. Alarcón.

  • 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.


Loyola alumni honored in Daily Journal's "Top 100" list Annual list recognizes those whose legal work changed the law, an industry or society in the last year.

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Prof. Levenson discusses the legal strategy behind the Twin Peaks biker gang case in the Houston Chronicle Criminal law expert explains the gag order.

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Prof. Nockleby discusses the "Baseball Rule" and Red Sox suit with Washington Post Expert

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Prof. Caplan discusses AP lawsuit against FBI with AirTalk Constitutional law expert weighs the possible outcomes of this suit

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