About Our Staff

The Loyola Chicago Law Admission Staff is here to welcome you and assist with your transition to law school. We encourage you to visit our facilities, meet with our staff and students through the various visit opportunities, and learn as much as possible about joining our community as we realize what a tremendous endeavor law school can be. We hope you will find this blog a useful tool to engage with our staff and students. As always, please feel free to email us additional questions at law-admissions@luc.edu.

Meet the Staff:

Pamela Bloomquist, Assistant Dean
Dean Bloomquist’s tenure at Loyola began in 1984 as the Director of Law Admission. In 1992, she became the Director of Law Admission and Financial Assistance, and in 1999 was promoted to Assistant Dean. In addition to overseeing the admission and scholarships, she works closely with the deans and faculty to meet the law school’s admission goals. She is an active member of LSAC and held leadership positions with MALSA and NACAC.  She is a graduate of Rockford University and has a M.Ed. from Loyola University Chicago in Higher Ed Administration.

Maya Crim, Associate Director
Maya is the Associate Director for Law Admission and Financial Assistance. She received both a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a Master of Education in Higher Education Administration from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Maya spent a two-year term as Vice-President of the Midwest Alliance for Law School Admissions (MALSA).

Kayla Colombo, Assistant Director
Kayla joined the Law Admission and Financial Assistance Office in 2008. She received a Bachelor of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In 2011, Kayla earned her Masters of Education in Higher Education from Loyola University of Chicago.

Nikita Robinson, Admission Counselor
Nikita joined the Loyola Law Admission and Financial Assistance Office in 2013. She graduated with a Bachelor of Liberal Arts in Psychology from Northern Illinois University.


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