• Finding Passion for Tax, LLM Grad Lands 'Big Four' Job

    Kelly Muir ’16 enrolled in his first tax course to learn more about the income tax process for his personal taxes. But each semester, Muir found himself gravitating toward tax courses, and his interest in the tax code grew. He will leave Loyola with a Tax LLM degree.

  • Loyola Law School, Los Angeles Names New Dean

    Michael Waterstone has been appointed the 18th dean and senior vice president of Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. Waterstone will assume his new position effective June 1, 2016.

  • Resident Associate Program: Career Development Paves Paths

    For Jinouth Vasquez Santos ’14, an associate at Seyfarth Shaw LLP, the Resident Associate Program offered by Loyola Law School’s Career Development Center provided a pathway to a career in labor and employment litigation.

  • International LLM Student Finds a Sense of Community

    Canadian Pamela Aaron ’16 wanted to practice law in the United States. Loyola Law School provided the path, with programs tailor-made for international students. The experience has given her the practical training and the confidence to pursue a law career in the U.S.

  • King-Chavez Speaker Series: A Tradition of Social Justice

    Each spring since 1999, Loyola Law School has celebrated the life and work of Cesar Chavez and Martin Luther King, Jr. The 2016 celebration, held on March 29, 2016, was unique for its choice of speakers: students. Listen to the four student finalists discuss contemporary justice challenges.

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Waterstone pens op-ed on Garland’s record on the rights of people with disabilities in Daily Journal Disability law expert analyzes Garland’s record and published opinions.

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Zimmerman discusses Flint EPA class action with Bloomberg Mass torts expert explains next steps in case.

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Loyola's Fashion Law Symposium featured in California Apparel News Publication writes that event provided unique insight into the legal risks of social media, technology and advertising

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