Dan K. Webb Center for Advocacy


Preparing you for practice

Advocacy is the heart of legal education at Loyola University Chicago. With one of the most respected advocacy programs in the nation, Loyola continues to set a standard for excellence. Loyola graduates are among the most effective trial, appellate, and dispute resolution lawyers in Chicago and across the country. Named for a Loyola graduate and legendary litigator, the Dan K. Webb Center for Advocacy brings together the school’s many academic programs and cocurricular activities in the multifaceted discipline of advocacy.

The Dan K. Webb Center for Advocacy's wide-ranging curriculum offers Loyola students a wealth of expertise, distinguished academics, and courses taught by experienced attorneys in trial advocacy, appellate advocacy, and dispute resolution. In recognition of the importance of the art of advocacy, all students are required to take skills and experiential learning courses. Students who wish to continue their advocacy studies may earn the center’s advocacy certificate. For lawyers seeking more in-depth training, an LLM in advocacy is also offered.

Degree Programs

We are pleased to offer a Certificate in Advocacy for JD students and an LLM in Trial Advocacy, Appellate Advocacy and Alternative Dispute Resolution. These programs are designed for you to develop the litigation and dispute resolution skills that will set you apart and make you an effective advocate.

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An active learner discovers her calling in litigation

Participating both inside and outside the classroom, a 3L finds her career path. Read More

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Law students compete and an advocacy team each year.Learn More

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Loyola champions

Loyola wins BLSA Thurgood Marshall Mock Competition. Link here

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