• Hon. Arthur L. Alarcón
    Tribute to an Icon: The Legacy of Judge Alarcón

    Loyola mourns the loss of Judge Arthur L. Alarcón, senior circuit judge, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, for whom the Law School's Alarcón Advocacy Center is named and serves as a lasting tribute. Alarcón inspired scores of students with his mantra, "Who needs my help today?"

  • Chris Rising '96 Forecasts Millennials' Impact on Real Estate

    As president of Rising Realty Partners, Chris Rising '96 maps the Los Angeles of the future. As the city experiences growth and urbanization, he anticipates several smaller "downtowns" cropping up in surrounding suburban communities. Find out which landmark Rising believes will change Los Angeles forever.

  • Students Mentor LA Youth Through Mock Trial Program

    Loyola's Young Lawyers Program invites high school students from inner-city communities to participate in a mock trial program held each spring. The experience inspired program alumna Domineisha Lescaille ’17 to pursue a legal career. She has returned to Loyola to complete the legal education that she started as a high school freshman years ago.

  • Juvenile Innocence & Fair Sentencing Clinic
    Equipped with New State Law, LLS Clinic Helps Client Find Freedom

    The Juvenile Innocence & Fair Sentencing Clinic helped a man who spent more than three decades in prison for a childhood offense obtain release on his 13th attempt at parole. They did this using the "Youth Offender Parole Hearing Act," which allows the presentation of evidence of “youth and its hallmark qualities."

  • JEI spotlight
    Incubator Program Opens Doors for New Lawyers

    The Justice Entrepreneur Initiative will aid newly minted lawyers as they start their own law firms, equipping them with some of the basics they need to provide legal services to low- to middle-income communities. They will work out of the Law School's Public Interest Law Center in downtown LA.

News

Prof. Glazier discusses cyberwar threats on PBS SoCal's Studio SoCal Former Navy officer opined on military cybersecurity gaps and their resulting vulnerabilities, as well as certain cybercrimes could be construed as war crimes.

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Recent grads honored with American Bankruptcy Institute Excellence Awards Evelina Gentry '13 and Sevan Gorginian '14 were awarded the 2014 American Bankruptcy Institute (ABI) Medal of Excellence for their outstanding performance in their bankruptcy coursework at Loyola.

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Prof. Dougherty discusses Sony hack on KTTV-TV/Fox 11 LA Dougherty offered his longterm prospects for the controversial film.

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Prof. Willis publishes LA Times op-ed on banks' duties of clarity on consumer terms "The financial marketplace must be structured so that ordinary people — people with limited time, math skills, attention and willpower, and an abundance of those wonderful American traits of trust and optimism — can navigate it safely and effectively."

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