<span class="headline">Welcome Loyola University Chicago School of Law!</span><br />
Phase three of the renovation and expansion of the Corboy Law Center was completed in January 2012.
Loyola is part of a Jesuit educational heritage.
<span class="headline">Philip H. Corboy Law Center</span><br />
The Law School's building was recently named after alumnus Phil Corboy (JD '49) in recognition of his generosity and support.
<span class="headline">Nina's Cafe</span><br />
Nina's Cafe, located in the Lower Level of Corboy Law Center, offers a gathering place for students.
<span class="headline">Power, Rogers and Smith Ceremonial Courtroom</span><br />
Loyola's state-of-the-art Power Rogers and Smith Ceremonial Courtroom is the center of law school activities.
<span class="headline">Chicago's Red Line</span><br />
Just around the corner from the Corboy Law Center is the Chicago Red Line stop. The Red Line can take students directly to the White Sox's U.S. Cellular Field, the Chicago Cubs' Wrigley Field or Loyola's Lake Shore Campus.
The School of Law's library is a place to study, research, and collaborate with classmates
<span class="headline">Neighborhood Dining</span><br />
Students enjoy access to a variety of restaurants near campus in which to socialize and dine.
A current renovation of the School of Law facilities is resulting in significantly expanded space ...
... including new clinical and student gathering spaces ...
... and modern classrooms.
<span class="headline">Downtown</span><br />
Loyola's Water Tower Campus is just steps from Chicago's famous Magnificent Mile, John Hancock Center and Water Tower.
Chicago's legal community is truly outstanding, and Loyola is an engaged and respected part of it.
Come see it in person!
At Loyola Chicago, in keeping with our long standing tradition of close personal attention to our students, we believe that visiting a law school should be a personalized experience. That is why we encourage you to schedule your own day at Loyola. This can include a class visit, participation in our information session, or just taking a tour.
One of the best ways to find out about a school is to make a personal visit. By taking this time, applicants will have the opportunity to experience the environment of the school, its campus, and the surrounding neighborhood. Loyola University Chicago School of Law welcomes visitors during the entire calendar year through weekday tours, weekly information sessions and fall and spring semester classroom visits.
These options are listed under the "Scheduling a Visit" link below. We invite you to schedule on your own terms so you can see the school, meet the people, and spend the time you have doing what is best for you! We kindly ask that you provide us with 48 hours notice for any visit so we may plan and accommodate you accordingly.
Chicago has two major airports: Chicago O'Hare and Midway. Both are accessible by cab, driving and public transportation.
The city of Chicago has a lot to offer and we encourage you to enjoy the sites while you are here.