Loyola Law School graduated its first handful of alumni, including one woman, following the founding of the school in 1920.
Today, Loyola Law School alumni number 18,000. Loyola’s network of graduates represent 50 states and 31 countries. Sixty-two percent of Loyola’s alums practice in Southern California. More judges within the Superior Court of California, Los Angeles County, are graduates of Loyola than any other law school.
Upon graduation, every Loyola student is automatically welcomed into Loyola Law School’s Alumni Association. There are no membership fees. Membership includes complimentary publications, access to an online alumni community directory and invitations to alumni events.
Loyola's Alumni Events include lunches, mixers, receptions, symposia and class reunions held on campus, locally and throughout California. For example, there is the Alumni Grand Reunion, the PILF Alumni Reception, the San Francisco Alumni Reception, the Latino Alumni Reception and more.
The Alumni Association is governed by the Alumni Association Board of Governors, which consists of 37 alumni members. To learn more or how to get involved with the Alumni Association or the Board of Governors, please contact Maya Kalinowski.
Thank you for visiting us online, and we look forward to seeing you in person at our alumni events.