Category Archives: Loyola in the News
Loyola University Chicago and the African Union (AU) signed a milestone memorandum of understanding (MOU) last week that signified a multi-year program of cooperation designed to build capacity within the African Union, its Member States, and the African Regional Economic Communities (RECs), … Continue reading
This article on sports agent and Loyola 3L Joseph Clayborne ran today in Forbes.
The following article by Teresa Frisbie titled “Understanding Values Important in Cross-Cultural Negotiations, Mediation” ran in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin on April 24.
Loyola in the News: Loyola team of four wins 99-school, 28-country moot arbitration competition in Hong Kong
Dean David Yellen assigned as a “special master” to identify legitimate claims by alleged Burge torture victims
Chicago Sun-Times.com posted the this article, which announces that Chief Cook County Criminal Court Judge Paul P. Biebel Jr. has assigned Dean David Yellen as a “special master” to identify legitimate claims by alleged Burge torture victims.
The following article highlighting Loyola’s nationally recognized Civitas ChildLaw Center ran last week in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. Civitas ChildLaw Center helps the smallest clients By Jack Silverstein Law Bulletin staff writer It might not look it, but the small lounge … Continue reading
The following article about Ryan Meade, Director of Regulatory Compliance Studies at Loyola’s Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy, was published in January in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin. Ready for compliance at Loyola By Jack Silverstein Law Bulletin staff writer … Continue reading
Teresa Frisbie’s article “Can Online Videoconferencing Tools Help the Mediation Process?” ran in the Chicago Daily Law Bulletin.
A clip of Professor Spencer Waller’s guest appearance last night on WTTW Chicago Tonight, where he discusses the Comcast-Time Warner cable merger and its antitrust implications. Excellent job!