Reporting on the legal system without a law degree can be challenging. A team of Loyola Law School professors aimed to fix that by writing The Journalist's Guide to American Law. The book serves as an essential reference for journalists whose coverage area includes the law.
From New York City to Ferguson to LA, Professor Pricilla Ocen is available to comment on the intersection of race and law enforcement.
Professor Jessica Levinson is available to comment on Williams-Yulee v. Florida Bar, set for oral arguments before the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday, Jan. 20.
Loyola is offering a new Master of Science in Legal Studies for those interested in advanced legal knowledge without a law degree. Learn more at a Tuesday, April 7 info session.
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Loyola's Journalist Law School offers reporters and editors a four-day boot camp in covering legal issues. The 10th-annual fellowship will run May 27-30, 2015. Apply by Feb. 16!