• Judge Watford to Keynote 95th-Annual Commencement

    The 95th-annual Commencement Ceremony will be held on Sunday, May 21, 2017 at 12 p.m. in the Sunken Garden at Loyola Marymount University. It will feature a keynote address by the Hon. Paul J. Watford, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

  • Loyola Project for the Innocent Secures Third Release of 2017

    Loyola's Project for the Innocent client Jaime Ponce has been ordered released from prison after serving 19 years of a 47-years-to-life sentence. This is the third release for the LPI within the last month.

  • Dedicated to the Underserved - Grad to be Public Defender

    Tara Khani ’17 chose Loyola because she felt it would best prepare her to serve those with no voice. Her training from Loyola has paid off - she begins as a public defender in Miami after taking the bar exam this summer.

  • For Deloitte Exec, Tax LLM Program Mirrored Real World

    There are few differences between the work Daniel Whipple ’17 sees every day as a tax professional at the Big Four accounting firm Deloitte and the work he does as a student in Loyola’s Tax LLM Program.

  • For Computing Specialist, MLS Program a Matter of National Security

    Searching for a path to accelerate her career in the cybersecurity field, Erica Tinsley ’17 turned to Loyola’s Master of Science in Legal Studies (MLS), with a specialization in Cybersecurity & Data Privacy. The degree program already has helped her in her current position, and she has her sights set on climbing higher.


Loyola Project for the Innocent attorneys, client discuss third victory of 2017 on KPCC-FM The release of client Jaime Ponce is documented.

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Manheim assesses for Reuters merits of challenge to environmental deregulation Constitutional law expert evaluates the Congressional Review Act's impact on challenge.

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Levenson and student advocate on KABC-TV discussing Project for the Innocent successes Founder of the Loyola Project for the Innocent and current member of the clinic talk about the barriers to achieving an exoneration.

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Brain elected to prestigious Video Game Bar Association Leader in the field of video game law elected to national organization

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