LMU Loyola Law School students participate in a wide range of summer jobs with the help of the school’s Career Development Office. With positions encompassing a broad scope of practice area from the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles, to the Motion Picture Association International, and PricewaterhouseCoopers, students truly make the most of their summer classroom.
Loyola's Career Development Office, Public Interest Law Department and Private Field Placement Office are among the departments that help students secure positions in public interest legal agencies, law departments, firms and court chambers. Graduates seeking employment benefit from the school's Resident Associate Program and other avenues for full-time employment.
Rising 2L hones trial advocacy skills at United States Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California
Knobbe Martens Summer Associate Applies Engineering Background to IP Litigation
Rising 2L Applies Civil Procedure Skills in US District Court Judicial Externship
Katten Summer Associate Experiences Life in BigLaw Litigation Practice
Law in Tech Diversity (LiTD) Intern Crist Malekyan '24 Splits Summer Between Snap Inc. and Paul Hastings
Law Clerk for the United States Attorney's Office for the Southern District of California Applies Lessons in Legal Research & Writing
Rising Third-Year Evening Student Savanah Walseth '24 Practices Integrated Advocacy at the ACLU