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LMU Loyola Law School's unparalleled commitment to social justice is reflected in the variety and richness of its 20+ live-client legal clinics, whose students have dedicated more than 60,000 pro bono hours per year to helping, since 1996, over 50,000 clients. This quarterly newsletter serves to educate and inform our community about progress made towards the realization of our mission. 

Summer '21

A celebration of the victories, graduations and other hard-won achievements of our clinic community as we welcome back faculty, staff, students and clients in preparation for a return to campus.

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Spring '21

After a school year like no other, a stellar group of students is about to graduate from the LSJLC clinics and take lessons learned from our clients into their practice.

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Winter '21

This year promises progress in the advancement of justice at all levels of government. L.A. is poised to be a leader of reform, and the students and staff in our clinics are prepared to seize the moment. 

Fall '20

As the new semester gets underway, students are jumping with both feet into our “new normal,” honing remote advocacy skills in web-based hearings, mediations and even appellate arguments.

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Summer '20

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to reckon with how interconnected we all are, and with how systemic racism, inequity and injustice put Black lives in danger and entrench economic and social divisions that impair us all. Our clinics resist that entrenchment, even—especially—in the face of adversity.

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Spring '20

Our students, staff and faculty kicked into emergency gear at the onset of COVID-19, coming up with ever-more-creative solutions, immediately adapting to virtual case meetings and remote hearings, setting up complex phone trees for client contact, and even developing the ability to conduct full mediations online.

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