Father Jerry, a chaplain on the Water Tower Campus team of Loyola’s Campus Ministry, knows people seeking counseling can be uncomfortable in formal situations. So “I go where the people are: food courts, lobbies—and Starbucks,” he says. “I see more students, faculty, staff, and alums over coffee than I ever see in my church or office.”
Loyola has expanded its Rule of Law for Development (PROLAW) program in Rome, Italy. The program will now include a one-year practice-oriented master’s degree for non-lawyers.
Welcoming students with DACA status
Loyola University Chicago School of Law is pleased to announce that it will offer scholarship assistance to qualified admitted students with Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) immigration status or who are DACA-eligible.
Heather Nelson spent several years teaching Spanish to low-income students in Oakland, California, and Washington, DC. Now, she’s a Civitas ChildLaw Fellow and the 2016 School of Law President's Medallion recipient.
Phil Angelides, who served as chair of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission that presented a report on the causes of the financial economic crisis of 2008 to the President and Congress in 2011, delivered a special luncheon address at Loyola’s Institute for Investor Protection Conference. Speakers at the conference focused on the impact of criminal activity within the financial sector and the special role that lawyers can play in protecting investors.