LLS Clinical Programs Staff
Director, Clinical Operations, LLS Clinical Programs
Founders Hall 207
Leilani Riehle is the Director of Operations for the Loyola Social Justice Law Clinic, meaning that she does everything within her power and skill set to advance the mission of the LSJLC and the efforts of its staff and faculty to do the same. That skill set includes bravery in the face of fire, grant-writing, designing operational systems, organizing stuff, and herding cats. This is her second career—her first career was as an academic at UCLA, where she earned a PhD in English, taught classes at all levels, and published on nineteenth-century British novels.
Administrative Coordinator, LLS Clinical Programs
Founders Hall 250
Leasly Salazar is the Clinical Administrative Coordinator for the Loyola Social Justice Law Clinic. She is a graduate of Duke University, with a major in Spanish & Latin American Studies and minors in Political Science and Psychology. She is currently an evening student at Southwestern Law School pursuing her Juris Doctor. At Loyola, she provides administrative support for the Clinic’s faculty and staff and assists the attorneys with legal tasks including providing proofs of service for clients, completing Requests for Further Evidence for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, filing Motions for Change of Venue, and coordinating prison visits for the Clinic’s certified law students and clients. When not working or studying, Leasly provides volunteer support and mentoring to urban youth in America SCORES Los Angeles.