Influential Tax Scholarship
Among schools with Tax LLM programs, Loyola's full-time tax faculty is the fourth most-cited in scholarly articles, after NYU, Florida, and Boston University.
Business Law Scholars Come to Loyola
Over 80 business law scholars from around the country will converge on Loyola’s campus on June 19-20 for the Fifth Annual National Business Law Scholars Conference, co-organized by Loyola Professor Elizabeth Pollman.
Loyola Faculty Publish Widely
Loyola faculty placed numerous articles in leading journals this spring, including Ellen Aprill, Defining Political Campaign Contributions Under Federal Tax Law, accepted by Duke; Hiro Aragaki, The Federal Arbitration Act as Procedural Reform, accepted by NYU; Elizabeth Pollman, A Corporate Right to Privacy, accepted by Minnesota; and Adam Zimmerman, Presidential Settlements, accepted by the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, and The Corporate Settlement Mill, accepted by Virginia.
A Jurisprudence of Peace
Pushing the boundaries of critical jurisprudence and international law, Professor Yxta Murray created a two-day Symposium at Seattle University School of Law exploring the power of violence in property, war, and human rights, and laying the theoretical foundations for a jurisprudence of peace.
Loyola professors are original and influential scholars. Published in leading law reviews and widely cited by judicial opinions, their work is often at the center of important public policy debates. With dozens of treatises and casebooks to their credit, Loyola faculty bring scholarly rigor to every aspect of the legal profession and the classroom.
Junior Scholar Spotlight
Loyola’s junior faculty are already making their mark.
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