• Student Body President Finds Social-Justice Inspiration at Loyola

    Student Bar President Joanna Ogunmuyiwa '17's work with the U.N.'s High Commission for Refugees and other social justice groups persuaded the Tisch-trained actress to become a lawyer rather than an actor. “I went to law school because I saw the good that I could do with a law degree,” she says.

  • Through Service & Innovation, Helping Those with Disabilities

    Loyola's “Disability, Innovation & Transportation” symposium to gather thought-leaders in the fields of education, engineering and law for an examination of the potential for technology to improve the lives of those with disabilities. The day will include a ceremony honoring former U.S. Rep. Tony Coelho with the Charles D. Siegal Award.

  • Beyond the Inauguration: Profs’ Expertise on Top Transition Issues

    With the #Inauguration of Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States, Loyola Law School, Los Angeles professors are available to comment on the transition's central legal issues, from Supreme Court appointments and the Department of Justice to the Affordable Care Act and ethics.

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    Prof. Miller Tackles Questions About Policing in Black Lives Matter Era

    Professor Eric Miller, Leo J. O’Brien Fellow, studies the relationship between police and marginalized communities. Miller’s recent presentation on the panel “#BlackLivesMatter: Balancing Security with Dignity in American Policing" raised points that are particularly salient in light the Justice Department's report on the Chicago Police Department.

  • Loyola Practicum Gives Rise to Entertainment Stars

    When you’ve watched TV episodes or movies, you’ve seen the work of alumnae Natalie LeVeck ’11 and Jessica Kantor ’09. Both masters of “papering” Hollywood deals, they have been instrumental in negotiating and drafting contracts for a wide range of TV, movie and web-series projects.


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