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Commencement Week is here! Watch the live stream of the Baccalaureate Mass and all ceremonies here: https://bit.ly/44t8QvU

Photos from Loyola University Chicago Alumni's post 05/03/2024
Photos from Loyola University Chicago School of Law's post 05/03/2024

The Loyola Black Law Students Association recently hosted their Annual Alumni Awards Brunch. This cherished tradition signifies the unity and vibrant connections within Loyola's BLSA community at large. During the event, Professor Lyke delivered the keynote address pertaining to empowerment through service and advocacy, which was the theme of the event this year. Additionally, BLSA honored many awardees, including La'Mont Williams, recipient of the Donald L. Hollowell Distinguished Service Award, Jarrett Adams, recipient of the Norman C. Amaker Award of Excellence, and Josie Gough, recipient of the BLSA Diversity and Inclusion Award. BLSA also acknowledged various current students and friends of BLSA. Overall, the Brunch was a success and served as an excellent conclusion to the year!


Our Prolaw students recently had a roundtable discussion with the International Development Law Organization (IDLO) and reconnected with our alumni, Romualdo Mavedzenge (Deputy Director Programs), to promote the Rule of Law to advance peace and sustainable development.


Thinking about pursuing a graduate degree in law? Know a friend or colleague who may be looking to prepare for the next step in their career?
Apply today to join one of our Master of Jurisprudence (MJ) or Master of Laws (LLM) programs in Fall 2024!
Completed 100% online and part-time, these programs are catered to the working professional. Learn with LUC today to make an impact tomorrow.
Learn more: https://www.luc.edu/law/academics/online-graduate-legal-studies/


Attention students: Join for Pizza on 4/29 from 5-7pm!


A method of reducing bus pollution. A litigation case about transformer cores. A patent application for a process of purifying liquid eggs. When Professor Cynthia Ho worked as an intellectual property (IP) lawyer, she loved the wide range of technologies she encountered. In fact, one of her favorite parts of each case was the beginning, when she would stock up on tech-focused books and dive into research. Now, she brings that passion and curiosity to her students as the director of the IP law program at Loyola Law. Learn more about Prof. Ho and the IP law program: https://www.luc.edu/law/stories/faculty-profiles/cynthia-m-ho-making-meaningful-connections/

Photos from Loyola University Chicago School of Law's post 04/22/2024

LUC Law’s Asian Pacific American Law Students Association hosted their annual Alumni Awards where they honored Loyola APALSA alumni, recognized the accomplishments of graduating 3Ls, and introduced the new executive board for the upcoming year. Congratulations to Jean Liu and Justin Sia, two Loyola APALSA alumni, who were selected for the 2023-2024 APALSA Trailblazer Award and Impact Award, respectively. Distinguished alum, Tae Kim, delivered an inspiring Keynote Address in which he imparted words of wisdom and an urgent call to action for our AAPI students.


Thank you Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, for sharing your experiences at Loyola Law today. Thanks to the Chicago and Loyola American Constitution Society chapters for hosting and Professor Perea for moderating!


Weekend JD student and naval officer D’Mia Spivey knows the rewards of hard work. Reflecting on her nearly-complete first year in the program, Spivey says, “I want people considering this program to know that you might think your story is [unsuited] for law school, but you have a place here. Loyola wants you to be a part of this program.” Learn more about Spivey and Loyola's Weekend JD program: https://www.luc.edu/law/stories/student-profiles/dmia-spivey-giving-and-getting/

Photos from Loyola University Chicago School of Law's post 04/18/2024

Loyola's April 12 Intersectional Feminism and Police Violence Symposium was organized by Professor Blanche B**g Cook and her students enrolled in a law course by the same name.


Headlining Loyola's event was two-term Cook County State’s Attorney Kim Foxx, who candidly noted that the state of Illinois has frequently “struggled with issues of race and gender in positions like the State’s Attorney’s office. …I wonder what our system would look like if we were as skeptical of white men as we are of Black women?”


Loyola University Chicago School of Law’s Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy and the Center for Compliance Studies hosted an alumni and student reception to celebrate the outstanding achievements of our nationally recognized health law and compliance programs.


This half day symposium will discuss Immigration law and policy and the Chicago Migrant Crisis and will explore Chicago's community and legal system's responses to meet this current humanitarian crisis. Register now: https://reg.planetreg.com/E21914512430557

Photos from Loyola University Chicago School of Law's post 04/15/2024

The School of Law was thrilled to host the Women in the Law Conference, which promotes, empowers, and amplifies the influence of women in the legal field and celebrates the difference a Loyola Law education makes. Wonderful to welcome so many law alumni, prospective students, and current students to the event and reception.


Moot court coaches Bernard Henry (JD '07) and Mili Echeverria Meyer (JD '18) ensure competitors’ skills go far beyond basics when they prepare Loyola Law students each year for the Hispanic National Bar Association’s (HNBA) Uvaldo Herrera Moot Court Competition. They competed as law students and have enjoyed keeping coaching the team in the "family" - learn more: https://www.luc.edu/law/stories/alumni-profiles/lessons-for-life/

Photos from Loyola University Chicago School of Law's post 04/11/2024

Congrats to Loyola’s Vis Moot team, which recently advanced in Vienna to the round of 32—one of only two American teams to do so. Two of our students also won Honorable Mention best oralist awards. The Hong Kong team came home with an Honorable Mention for its Claimant’s Memorandum.

Photos from Loyola University Chicago School of Law's post 04/08/2024

UNIDROIT, an intergovernmental organization dedicated to developing and promoting uniform law in private law matters, welcomed our Prolaw students to enhance their understanding of the Rule of Law.


We are proud to announce that our Graduate and Online Programs Team is an exhibitor at the upcoming event in Phoenix, AZ - a convergence of ideas and innovation in virtual healthcare. We are excited to be part of this transformative event and look forward to finding new LLM and MJ Ramblers! If you’re a current student or alum of LUC who is planning to attend, stop by Booth #1209 and say hello!


We invite you to Say Her Name: Intersectional Feminism and Police Violence Inspired by the work of Kimberlé Crenshaw and the campaign, this symposium centers Black women and girls killed by the police–and whose deaths have been silenced, ignored, and forgotten. Through an interdisciplinary approach rooted in criminology, Critical Race Theory, and feminist/womanist thought, each speaker will illuminate the stories of these women while revealing how state violence against these women is systemically normalized and made routine.

Join us in this vital conversation where scholars, activists, and changemakers work to unmask the pervasive influence of white supremacy, patriarchy, and economic exploitation–systems, which converge to perpetuate injustice with devastating impacts on Black women and girls.

This event is free and open to the public. Register at the link in our bio.


3L Katie Van Sistine is almost synonymous with Loyola’s health law program. She’s editor-in-chief of the school’s Annals of Health Law and Life Sciences journal and a member of the Health Law Society. She’s a Wiet Fellow, which includes a mentorship role with 1L and 2L health law students. Last year, her three-person team took second place in the National Health Law Transactional Competition. Learn more about Katie and the Beazley Institute for Health Law & Policy: https://www.luc.edu/law/stories/student-profiles/katie-van-sistine-helping-the-healers/

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