Jewish Law Student Association (Decalogue Society)
President: David Lakin (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Faculty Advisors: Jeffrey Kwall, John Bronsteen, and Dean Michael Kaufman
Loyola's Jewish law students are part of the Decalogue Society, an association of Jewish attorneys with an active Chicago chapter. At Loyola, the Decalogue Society serves students by facilitating networking opportunities with Jewish attorneys, planning events for Jewish faculty and students, video-taping classes held during the High Holidays, and sponsoring speakers for the benefit of the entire Law School community. Jewish students at Loyola take advantage of many service activities in the Chicago Jewish community and work with the Jewish United Fund, AIPAC, City PAC, JCRC, and other organizations.
Loyola University Chicago also has an active Hillel Society with weekly activities open to law students. The Law Center is within walking distance of Orthodox, Conservative and Reform synagogues that welcome our students.