At LLS students engage in a rigorous education designed to help them think, reason, analyze, create, and advocate like a lawyer, but LLS also has unparalleled opportunities to practice a lawyer's skills through programs like law review, dispute resolution and policy advocacy clinics, specialized legal practicum programs and other field placements (externships), and trial advocacy, moot court, negotiation and arbitration competition teams. Each spring, Loyola hosts a "fair" for a one-stop opportunity to see the many programs available. For spring 2020, we are hosting a virtual fair for programs available in fall 2020. Below is a schedule of Zoom information and Q&A sessions being hosted by program directors. Click on the Zoom Attend buttons to join the meeting. After the meeting, a Listen to Recording link will be available. (Note: all programs, including spring semester programs, may not be represented here. Reach out directly to a program director if you do not see their program here.)
Some but not all of the programs participating in the ELF Fair are eligible for experiential learning or upper division writing credit. Check the Registrar’s website to verify.
Information about creating a course schedule after 1L/1E year and how these programs may fit into a proposed schedule, may be found at the following links: Course Advising Panel for First Year Students 03/18/2019 (1L) Course Advising Panel for 1st Year Students (H70) - 3/18/19 (1E)
Enter a raffle to win an Amazon gift card by logging into these sessions using your lls.edu Zoom account!
Are you a 1L? 1E? 2E with questions? Can I do Law Review and Moot Court? Clinic and Byrne Trial Ad?
You are not sure what to try-out for? Sign-up for? Put off until 3L year? Do I have to decide now? Is any of this required?
How & When to Choose Experiential Learning Opportunities
Log-on to the Zoom Session https://lmula.zoom.us/j/488394825
Thursday, April 2, 2020