A major objective of the Civil Justice Program (CJP) at Loyola Law School is to make information about the civil justice system easily accessible to the public. Upcoming CJP films and publications include:


"Can Business Co-Exist with the Civil Justice System?," a DVD of highlights of Access to Justice Symposium panel discussions on reform of the civil justice system.

"Anatomy of a Products Liability Lawsuit," a series of DVD’s of the Mock Trial conducted on Day 2 of the Access to Justice Symposium. This series will be accompanied by workbooks and commentary developed and edited by: Jack Daniels, Daniels Fine Israel Schonbuch, LLP; Susan Poehls, Director of Trial Advocacy and William C. Hobbs Clinical Professor of Trial Advocacy at Loyola Law School; John T. Nockleby, Professor of Law and Director, Civil Justice Program at Loyola Law School; and Emily Terrell, JD Loyola Law School 2004.


Professors affiliated with the Civil Justice Program's Journalists Law School have published The Journalists Guide to American Law (Routledge, 2012) and Media Coverage in Criminal Justice Cases: What Prosecutors and Defenders Can and Cannot Say (American Bar Association, 2013).

The Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review Symposium Issue. This special issue of The Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review collects edited papers prepared by Access to Justice symposium participants. Past symposium issues include:

Injuries Without Remedies (2010)

Rebooting California: Initiatives, Conventions & Government Reform (2010)

Access to Justice: It's Not for Everyone (2009)

Frontiers of Tort Law (2008)

Law and Popular Culture (2007)

The Economics of Civil Justice (2006)

Can Business and the Civil Justice System Coexist (2004)