Category Archives: Why Loyola?
Dean Emerita Nina Appel retires after 45 remarkable years at Loyola. Read more in Summer 2018 Loyola Law magazine.
IP Alumni Spotlight: William Cassin Head of IP for North America at thyssenkrupp North America, Inc. One day, as you diligently work through engineering design calculations, your manager puts a competitor’s product on your desk and says: “Our competitor’s have … Continue reading
3L Pete Kalenik is earning a joint degree in law and public policy while balancing a full-time workload as a Chicago police officer and paratrooper in the U.S. Army Reserve. A recipient of the William F. and Kathleen Hynes Scholarship, … Continue reading
Second-year Loyola law student Amber Carpenter is a Philip H. Corboy Fellow in Trial Advocacy, president of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA), and a member of the Loyola Consumer Law Review. “What I like best about Loyola is the many … Continue reading
Pilar Mendez, a 1L at Loyola University Chicago, wants to use the law as a tool to become a better advocate and policymaker. Mendez holds a BS in public health from New York University and an MPH in global health … Continue reading
Janea Hawkins, JD ’13 was recently highlighted in the Washington Lawyer. “Hawkins would be the first in her family to enter law school, attending Loyola University Chicago School of Law. She was drawn to the school for its public interest focus … Continue reading
Hi all! This week we’re starting with the basics as I narrate how my decision to go to Loyola lead to my interest in intellectual property (IP). Why I chose Loyola University Chicago School of Law While choosing law schools, … Continue reading
Advocating for others Recent Loyola law graduate Catharine Debelle (JD ’17) reflects upon her rewarding experience working with Loyola’s Health Justice Project. On a cold Chicago morning in January, Maria (not her real name), a 24-year-old women from Champaign, Illinois, … Continue reading
When Nick Zausch decided to go to law school, he set out on a journey to find the school that was right for him, touring seven schools in four states including Wisconsin, Illinois, Georgia, and Washington, DC. “I wanted an … Continue reading
Imagine a part-time JD program that fits into your busy schedule. One that combines on campus classes with online course components, and one that features nationally renowned professors in a world-class city. Now, imagine that program meeting just 14 weekends … Continue reading