Carrera Thibodeaux (2L)
BS in Political Science, University of Tennessee Knoxville
Why did you choose Loyola for law school (five words or less):
Location, strong network throughout Chicago
What do you like best about Loyola?:
The staff, professors, deans, and alumni that come back to really help out with all aspects (programs, networking, jobs, coaching, etc.).
Favorite law professor:
Associate Dean Michael Kaufman because he makes the subject matter interesting with his enthusiastic teaching style. The mini scenarios that are played out in class really helped me grasp the material.
Areas of interest:
Moot court, student ambassador, vice president of the Black Law Students Association, Director of Securities Law for the Business Law Society, and Black Women Lawyers Association pipeline participant
Attending Loyola University Chicago for law school was the best decision I’ve made. The school is nothing like the law schools you read about where students are cut-throat. At Loyola, students are friendly. It’s very easy to make friends and find a study group. The professors’ offices are always open and they really want you to do well. The staff is also very friendly. The location of Loyola’s Water Tower Campus is perfect and close to the CTA’s Red Line. The alumni connection throughout Chicago is vast. Finally, the school really believes in diversity and supporting diverse students and backgrounds.
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