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The Loyola Social Justice Law Clinic

LMU Loyola Law School's unparalleled commitment to social justice is reflected in the variety and richness of its 21+ live-client legal clinics, whose students have dedicated more than 30,000 pro bono hours per year to helping, since 1996, over 74,000 clients. Known collectively as the Loyola Social Justice Law Clinic, these clinics share a 23,000-square-foot facility that simulates the experience of a law practice with several specialties, thereby giving students practical experience working in a law-firm setting. 

"Loyola’s mission has always focused on serving the underserved,” says Elizabeth Bluestein, Executive Director. “The Social Justice Law Clinic provides our students even more ways to gain practical experience while giving back to the community." To read more about our clinical course offerings, please visit here.

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LSJLC in the News
Report urges reforms for LA County Sheriff's Department
Recognizing students who have gone
above and beyond in their clinic work
Youth Justice Education Clinic and Juvenile Justice Clinic
Read about what the CJLP has been doing in response to the COVID-19 pandemic
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LSJLC Statement in Solidary with Black Lives Matter
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Executive Director of the
Loyola Social Justice Law Clinic
CSLG presents its spring symposium
"When It Can’t Happen Here: Genocide in an Age of Nationalism"

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Contact Us

Loyola Social Justice Law Clinic

 Founders Hall
Loyola Law School
919 Albany St.
Los Angeles, CA 90015
213.736.8100

Elizabeth Bluestein

Executive Director
Associate Clinical Professor
213.736.8102
elizabeth.bluestein@lls.edu

A Note to Our Community About Our COVID-19 Response

Due to COVID-19, Loyola Law School and the Loyola Social Justice Law Clinic have implemented preventative measures to protect the health of our clients, students, and staff.  We are still operating and continuing our client work on a remote basis, while also working proactively to advocate for the safety and health of our clients and our community.  

How to Access Our Clinics
During this time, our office on the Loyola Law School Campus is closed.  Clinics continue to accept inquiries from clients and the community by mail, email, or telephone. 

Please see contact information on the relevant clinic webpages linked .

To request legal services, please call 213.736.8100, the intake line for the Loyola Social Justice Law Clinic

For clinical students seeking reimbursement for approved, work-related expenses, please visit this page