• Going Global: Program a Portal to International Arbitration Work

    International arbitration is an emerging legal field that is high in demand and short in supply. Loyola's International Commercial Arbitration Moot trains students how to draft memoranda and argue cases in preparation for the final competition, which is judged by some of the leading arbitrators and practitioners in the nation.

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    Loyola Team Wins National Civil Trial Competition

    Loyola's Byrne Trial Advocacy Team, which had a record-setting year in 2013-14, bested teams from 15 other law schools to win the prestigious National Civil Trial Competition. The trial problem was inspired by a high-profile lawsuit filed by baseball fan Bryan Stow for injuries sustained at an LA Dodgers game.

  • Campus Architecture Draws Worldwide Acclaim

    In 1978, Frank Gehry proposed his idea of an "academic village" reminiscent of classical Roman city centers for Loyola's campus. Today, the Law School is still admired by students and lauded by the architecture community. The campus "designed for the study of law" has recently received a string of high-profile accolades.

  • Alumni Give Back on the Board of Governors

    Loyola's Board of Governors is composed of a diverse cross-section of alumni from a variety of practice areas, backgrounds and class years. They coordinate programs that benefit current students, alumni and the underserved in the community. The board's Mentor Program has proved to be a vital resource for students and alumni alike.

  • Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic Changes Lives in the Community

    As the Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic celebrates its inaugural year, the team of dedicated students and professors have already made an indelible mark on the Los Angeles community. They celebrated their first adjustment for their client, Mariana (pictured above right), who can now prove her legal permanent residency and work legally.


Dean Gold's book on evidence cited in Supreme Court opinion Evidence expert's book, Federal Practice and Procedure: Evidence, was cited in a reference to "extraneous" information in recently issued opinion.

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Prof. Natapoff publishes op-ed on the dark side of decriminalization in the San Francisco Chronicle Decriminalization "has a surprisingly punitive and racially charged dark side, and it doesn’t always work the way people think it does," she writes.

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Prof. Levenson discusses Ferguson grand jury process on multiple outlets Former federal prosecutor opines on NPR, AirTalk with Larry Mantle and on blog about the process of weighing charges against Missouri police officer.

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Prof. Guttentag quoted by Reuters about issues raised by an SEC director with significant securities holdings Securities Regulation professor discussed ethical issues raised by regulators owning stock in a market they are charged with governing.

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