• Loyola Hosts the Southern California Criminal Justice Roundtable

    On July 29, Loyola hosted the inaugural SoCal Criminal Justice Roundtable, an intensive day-long paper workshop for criminal justice scholars from UCLA, USC, UC Irvine and Loyola.  The next Roundtable will be hosted by UCLA.  The drafts were fascinating: everyone agreed that the workshop was extremely engaging and helpful, and is looking forward to the next one.

  • Summer Jobs: Armine Kaladzhyan summary

    Summer Job Diaries: Amy Kaladzhyan's Summer Takes Flight

    Amy Kaladzhyan ’16 is spending the summer working as a summer associate at JetBlue Airways Corporation. 

     

  • Steve Harmon '72: In Defense of the Underdog

    For Steve Harmon ’72, loyalty is not just a mantra. It’s a way of life. Whether it’s in his relationships with clients, family or protégés, his approach to criminal defense—and life— fosters lasting bonds. And it’s a lesson he imparted at his first meeting with his staff as the new leader of the Riverside Public Defender’s Office in April 2013.

  • Summer Jobs: Stanley Cheng

    Summer Job Diaries: Stanley Cheng Goes Behind the Scenes at HBO

    Stanley Cheng ’16 is spending his summer as an intern in the legal and labor relations departments at HBO.

  • Summer Jobs Drew Bradley summary

    Summer Job Diaries: Drew Bradley Puts Classroom Knowledge to Practice in DA's Office

    Drew Bradley ’15 secured a summer job as a certified legal intern in Major Narcotics at the San Diego County District Attorney’s Office through on-campus interviewing. 

  • Today's Classes, Tomorrow's Jobs

    Intellectual property continues to be one of the major growth areas in legal practice. Loyola offers a host of classes in the field.

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    New Semester, New Perspectives: Sophisticated Offerings for Fall 2014

    This fall, Loyola is offering a wide array of exciting classes, many of them seminars where you can get a unique small-class experience with leading legal experts. 

  • Summer Jobs: Brittany Elias summary

    Summer Job Diaries: Brittany Elias capitalizes on her IP background as a summer associate

    Brittany Elias '15 is spending her summer working as a summer associate at Kramer Holcomb Sheik LLP (KHS), where she also serves as marketing director. At Loyola, she helped found the Dotted Line Reporter, a blog exclusively dedicated to topics of entertainment and intellectual property law. 

  • Dean Conklin '14: A Voice for Juvenile Rights

    As a first-year law student, Dean Conklin joined the Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF) and became the 1L representative. “The trick is to tap into the resources that Loyola offers,” he advises. “I feel that Loyola has given me a lot of practical experience through internships and clinics, and that experience is what employers look for, in terms of skills that translate directly to the job.” 

  • Students Offer Hope for Clients Steeped in Debt

    Launched in spring 2013, the Conciliation and Mediation Assistance Clinic offers counseling to debt-ridden consumers as a solution to put their financial affairs in order. Options routinely discussed by students in the clinic include, negotiating a payment plan, answering versus defaulting to the lawsuit, exemptions, foreclosure, bankruptcy, garnishment, liens, levies and government benefits.  

  • Michael Chasin '13

    Alumnus Develops Website to Connect Attorneys with Clients

    Michael Chasin’s expertise intersects law and business, so it’s no surprise he founded a business based on the law. Prior to launching a website dedicated to helping consumers connect with attorneys, Chasin ’13 was a JD/MBA student and an entrepreneur looking for a way to apply his unique expertise. He and Loyola classmate Aaron George collaborated to develop the idea for LawKick. Billed as “the easiest way to find an attorney,” the service asks users to fill out a brief questionnaire to determine their needs, then serves up price quotes along with attorney comparisons.

  • Career Services Offers Summer Job Tips

    Assistant Dean for Career Services Graham Sherr hosted a panel on Summer Job Tips. He lectured about work ethic and encouraged students to be proactive summer interns. 

  • Sung Kim '85: U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Korea

    As a college student, Sung Y. Kim considered several career options, including medicine and academia. But luckily for all of us, he chose to pursue his passion of public interest through government service, and that’s exactly what he is doing today. Kim is the first Korean-American U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Korea, his country of birth, and for him it is truly an amazing honor. 

  • April Faculty Scholarship summary

    Faculty Cap Semester with Placements in Top Law Journals

    Loyola Law School faculty members had a highly productive spring semester.

  • Joyce Chang '15: Passion for Public Interest

    Joyce Chang ’15 is proof that taking initiative in law school can lead to tremendous results.  She arrived at Loyola eager to serve children in a legal context and sought ways to gain experience. The Law School’s commitment to social justice provided an accessible path to employment opportunities in the field.

  • Student Blog: The Dotted Line Reporter

    The Dotted Line Reporter was born out of the idea that success comes from forging one’s own path. For five students taking Professor Dougherty’s Entertainment Law course last fall, that meant starting a blog that could contribute to the discussion of the ever-evolving nature of the entertainment industry. 

  • Byrne Team 2014 summary

    Setting a High Bar: Byrne Trial Team Has Record-Setting Year

    Loyola’s Byrne Trial Advocacy Team has notched an unprecedented number of victories this year, with key wins in multiple categories across a variety of competitions, adding to the team’s already-storied legacy. 

  • Kevin Kish

    At Employment Rights Clinic, Practical Training Gets Real

    The students in Kevin Kish’s Employment Rights Clinic are charged with formulating assessments in real case of workplace retaliation. Their work has real-life impact when their decisions are adopted by the California Labor Commission.

  • Three for Three: Pro Bono, Geibelson, Workman, Chang

    Three for Three: Attorneys Focused on Pro Bono Work

    Cyndie Chang  ′03, Michael Geibelson ′95 and Paul Workman ′80 give back to the community in a big way.

  • John Anthony '05: President of the Langston Bar Association

    John Anthony ’05 traces his success in the courtroom back to the skills he learned from Loyola’s Byrne Trial Advocacy Team. “Byrne is by far the greatest legal education I could have hoped for – it made me a good lawyer before I even had a Bar card,” he said. The experience, in addition to the lasting friendships formed with his teammates, shaped his career. In February 2014, he was elected the 38th president of the John M. Langston Bar Association of Los Angeles.

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