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Loyola University Chicago School of Law holds a wide variety of events year-round.  We welcome students, alumni, and guests to events that range from student organization activities and moot court or mediation competitions, to alumni events and large public conferences and symposia.  Many of our programs are also offeredforIllinois MCLE credit.‌

The School of Law invites you to join us for one of our upcoming events.

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February 7, 2013

7:00 pm

Regents Hall
Lewis Towers,
16th Floor

24th Annual Public Interest Law Society Auction

PILS Presents: Chicago In the Roaring Twenties

The PILS Auction, held annually, is the major fundraising effort of the Public Interest Law Society.  It is through this effort and other yearly efforts of the student members of PILS that Loyola is able to offer grants to support the work of Loyola law students who devote their summers to working in otherwise unpaid public interest law positions.

We hope you'll join us this year!

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February 8, 2013


International Law Review Symposium

The International Impact of Extractive Industries

The symposium will explore the international impact of extractive industries. Speakers will address regulatory and legislative developments, as well as corporate responsibility trends in the relevant industries. The transparency movement, impact on human rights law of some extractive practices, and the effect of new changes to the Dodd-Frank Act mandating project-level disclosures of payments made for the purpose of natural resource commercial development will also be discussed.

This program has been approved by the Illinois MCLE Board for 5.0 hours of credit, including 3.0 hours of Professional Responsibility Credit. Please see link at right for more details.

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February 8-10, 2013

LUC Retreat & Ecology Center

Woodstock, IL

Norman Amaker Public Interest Law & SOcial Justice Retreat

Turning Our World Around: New Lawyers Collaborating & Community-Building for Social Justice

The Amaker Retreat promotes principles of service, invigorates the next generation of socially conscious lawyers, and provides a forum for thinking about reform, the growth of public interest law, and social change.

The goal of the Amaker Retreat is to develop the next generation of public interest leaders who will build the bridges necessary to become stewards for society and protectors of the underserved.

Students from Loyola and other law schools are welcome to attend.

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March 14, 2013


Wing-Tat Lee Endowed Chair in INternational Law

Lecture and Induction of James T. Gathii

The 2012 appointment of Professor James T. Gathii as the School of Law's new Wing-Tat Lee Chair in INternational Law highlights Loyola's dedication to increasing its global focus.  Professor Gathii is a renowned scholar in the areas of international trade and economic las, public international law, and human rights.


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March 22, 2013


Public Interest Law Reporter Symposium

The Public Interest Law Reporter (PILR) is an innovative legal publication that focuses on reporting the most current legal topics in a news format directed to students, educators, and practitioners. In addition to hosting an annual symposium, PILR offers feature articles and news on legal developments in the areas of human rights, economic justice, criminal justice, the environment, and governance.

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April 5, 2013


Consumer Law Review Symposium

The Loyola Consumer Law Review is published four times per year and is the only law review of its kind in the country. Through both its print publications and its annual symposium, CLR is devoted to examining the effect of developing legal issues on both consumers themselves and on the practice of law as it relates to consumers.

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April 11, 2013


Loyola University Chicago Law Journal Conference

Published continuously since 1970, the Law Journal is committed both to the examination and analysis of current legal issues and problems and to the development of the law. Beginning in 2001, the Loyola University Chicago Law Journal has hosted an annual conference on a topic of current and continuing significance in the legal community.

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