• Sentencing Clinic Makes Strides in Advocacy, Outreach

    Members of Loyola’s Juvenile Innocence & Fair Sentencing Clinic visited Pelican Bay State Prison to present information to inmates eligible under Senate Bill 260 (SB 260), the Youth Offender Parole Act. Part of the Center for Juvenile Law & Policy, the clinic has found success helping inmates secure release.

  • Armenian Genocide 100th Anniversary
    Loyola Commemorates 100th Anniversary of Armenian Genocide

    To commemorate the 100-year anniversary of the Armenian Genocide, the Center for the Study of Law and Genocide hosted a panel including alumni Mark Geragos ‘82 and Brian Kabateck ’89, lead lawyers in groundbreaking federal class action lawsuits against insurers of those who perished in the genocide.

  • Gerald McLaughlin
    Remembering the Dean Who Wrote the Book on Loyola

    Loyola Law School mourns the loss of Professor Gerald T. McLaughlin, who passed away on Sunday, April 12, 2015. McLaughlin joined Loyola as its 14th dean on January 1, 1991 and served in that capacity until March 1, 1999. But his mark on the institution extended far beyond his tenure as its leader.

  • Byrne Trial Team Successes Spotlight
    Full-Court Press: Byrne Team Notches Big Wins

    Loyola's Byrne Trial Advocacy Team scored several key victories this academic year, and is poised for more as it prepares for the Association of Justice (AAJ) Student Trial Competition National Finals after earning a regional title. The team also made it to the "Elite Eight" at the National Trial Competition.

  • Two Loyola Faculty Articles Receive Special Praise
    Jotwell Features Zimmerman and Natapoff

    Professor Adam Zimmerman's article Presidential Settlements (University of Pennsylvania Law Review) and Professor Alexandra Natapoff's article Misdemeanor Decriminalization (Vanderbilt Law Review) were both selected this month by JOTWELL, a journal where legal academics can "identify, celebrate, and discuss the best new scholarship."


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