• 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 he tenure as its leader.

  • Fidler 2014
    Fidler Institute on Criminal Justice Examines Hot Topics

    An array of top government and private criminal attorneys will explore the grand jury system, high-tech surveillance, sentencing reform and white-collar crime during Loyola Law School’s ninth-annual Fidler Institute on Criminal Justice on Friday, April 17, 2015. The event will feature the presentation of the Fidler Awards.

  • 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.

  • Ferencz
    Genocide Law Center Honors Pioneering Prosecutor

    Center for the Study of Law & Genocide Director Stan Goldman recently bestowed the Raphael Lemkin Award on Nuremberg prosecutor Ben Ferencz. The center brings awareness to the legal issues surrounding genocide through regular symposia and recognition.

  • 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."

News

Prof. Selmi's article on climate change law cited by several news outlets Environmental law expert publishes "States Should Think Twice Before Refusing Any Response to EPA’s Clean Power Rules"

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Student Naomi Sultan '15 earns prestigious Skadden Fellowship CJLP student will launch behavioral health-legal partnership for veterans.

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Loyola ranked on National Law Journal's "Top 50 Go-To Law Schools" Publication acknowledges schools that sent the highest percentages of 2014 graduates to associate jobs at the nation's 250 largest law firms.

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Prof. Levinson's commentary offers guidance on electoral participation Election law guru has recently opined on ways to get out the vote in op-eds, testimony.

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