Loyola University Chicago

School of Law


‌Academic excellence, service for others and a focus on values and ethics form the foundation for a superior legal education at Loyola's School of Law. Combined with top-notch, accessible faculty who provide support and encouragement to students, Loyola's legal education prepares students for successful careers as practitioners, judges, legislators, administrators, business persons or other endeavors.

The Loyola University Chicago School of Law curriculum:

  • Provides students with the substantive knowledge required for effective and responsible participation in the legal profession
  • Fosters student appreciation of the increasingly complex, global, diverse and interdisciplinary nature of law and legal practice
  • Promotes student development of a range of lawyering and professional skills
  • Provides substantial opportunities for student participation in real-life practical experiences and pro bono activities
  • Develops student understanding of the fundamental values of the legal profession
  • Promotes the Jesuit values of social justice and service to others
  • Instills in students the idea of law as a learned profession that requires a lifelong commitment to learning, leadership and professional development
  • Serves the School of Law academic mission

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