Loyola University Chicago

School of Law

Student Activities and Opportunities

Recognizing that its graduates will assume professional careers in a world where legal issues transcend national borders, Loyola has long promoted a range of activities and opportunities for its law students in the areas of international law and practice.

One of the areas of specialization in which J.D. students can earn a certificate is international law and practice.

Students can participate in the activities of the International Law Society, write for and edit the International Law Review, or participate in one of the inter-school competitions in the area of international law: the Jessup and Niagara Cup moot court competitions, and the Vis Moot in international commercial arbitration.

The International Summer Fellowship Grants Program assists students in accepting volunteer or low-paid summer internships and other positions in international law.  For further information on the program, click here

The Office of Career Services is prepared to assist students in identifying opportunities for careers, internships and other experiences in international law.  Some of their resources can be found at http://www.luc.edu/law/career/practice_areas.