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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.

  • Courses of Study Focus on Emerging Practice Areas

    Loyola's Courses of Study provide a resource for students to organize classes, meet faculty members with expertise and become informed about experiential opportunities. Students wishing to specialize in Family Law, Health Care Law or Law and the Political Process are encouraged to choose from the foundational courses and gain practical experience in the field.

News
Immigrant Justice Clinic open house summary photo

Loyola Immigrant Justice Center's open house & inauguration reception featured on MundoFOX Spanish-language network covers LIJC's work, expansion.

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Project for the Innocent Innocence Day summary photo

Project for the Innocent's Innocence Day panel of exonorees featured on KNBC-TV Two of the panelists freed thanks to work of Loyola students and attorneys.

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Prof. Kim subject of multiple profiles about work in the community Faculty supervisor of Loyola Immigrant Justice Clinic featured in Los Angeles Magazine, the Tidings and more.

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Prof. Dougherty quoted in LA Review of Books about major copyright suit Copyright expert discusses authors' lawsuit over Google Books.

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Events

Civil Justice Program Symposium: Injury as Cultural Practice The symposium will address some of the most difficult and important debates over injuries now taking place in societies around the world.

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Concentration Fair 2012

Clinics, Concentrations & Experiential Learning Fair to Showcase Practical Training Offerings Current Students: Join us Wednesday, September 10th in Burns Lounge for important information on applying for clinics for Spring and Fall 2015, dates for team competitions and prerequisites for participating in all the programs.

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Grand Reunion Weekend: 50 Years at Albany Join in the Celebration! This is no ordinary year. The Loyola Law School Community is proud to celebrate the 50th anniversary of its Albany Street campus. The Grand Reunion will be a weekend celebration on September 20-21, 2014 with activities celebrating 50 years at Albany, special reunion class gatherings, awards and much more.

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Fourth-Annual Sister Janet Harris Juvenile Advocate Awards Reception The event will honor the Hon. Michael Nash and Cyn Yamashiro, and celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Center for Juvenile Law and Policy. The celebration will be held at the Annenberg Community Beach House in Santa Monica.

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