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  • Student Spotlight

    John Anders (1L)

    In five words or less, why did you choose Loyola? “Education Law, Part-time Program”
  • Student Spotlight

    Meghan Murphy (1L)

    In five words or less, why did you choose Loyola? “Chicago legal market, congenial community”
  • Student Spotlight

    Michael Simonet (1L)

    In five words or less, why did you choose Loyola? “The inclusive and welcoming community”
  • Loyola forum addresses lead poisoning in Chicago

    Chicago public health officials and national experts in lead poisoning recently gathered at Loyola to discuss working together to combat issues surrounding lead poisoning and its devastating impact on families in local communities.
  • Student Spotlight

    Brigid O’Keefe (1L)

    “Becoming a part of Loyola’s law school community is the best decision I have ever made.”
  • Loyola wins Health Law Transactional Competition

    Loyola students placed first out of 21 teams from 15 law schools across the country at the 6th annual L. Edward Bryant Jr. National Health Law Transactional Competition, held at the Philip H. Corboy Law Center in March. Third-year Loyola students, Mary Buckley, Dino Petrovic, and Michael French, (pictured above with coach April Schweitzer, far left) were competition champions and won the Best Memorandum award.