Michelle Cygan, a paralegal in Caterpillar’s Legal Services Department, an SCPS Fellow and a single mom raising two wonderful boys, has all the qualities of hard-work, zeal and perseverance that we at School of Continuing and Professional Studies treasure most.
Michelle is currently pursuing her blended Saturday FASTRACK B.A. in Management, and expects to graduate in 2018. […]
The State of Illinois’s student financial aid program (MAP) has not yet been funded for this current year. Thousands of Loyola Students depend on this funding to complete their education. We at Loyola, include the MAP grant awards in our financial aid packages for all qualifying students.
For many of our School of Continuing and Professional […]
At the Annual Faculty Meeting held in the first week of January, School of Continuing and Professional Studies (SCPS) Dean Walter Pearson and Jean Ryan, Director, Institute for Paralegal Studies presented the Excellence in Adult Learning Award to four outstanding faculty members – Amy Jordan, Natasha Teetsov, Char Wenc and Elizabeth Novy. The winners were […]
The Paralegal Alumni Network (PAN) is reading King Peggy by Peggielene Bartels and Eleanor Herman for their Tuesday, September 18 meeting.
Lambda Epsilon Chi (LEX) is the national honor society founded by the American Association for Paralegal Education. Each year Loyola’s Institute for Paralegal Studies selects those students that meet high academic criteria and cite them for their accomplishments by inducting them into Lambda Epsilon Chi. Last Friday evening, twenty-seven Loyola paralegals were honored at a […]
On Friday, June 1st the Paralegal Alumni Network (“PAN”) held its inaugural Welcome Reception to usher in the newest group of Loyola paralegal graduates. The good mix of old and new grads had a great time networking and winning door prizes. From iTunes gift cards to Second City tickets to a Kindle Touch, it seemed as […]
Come join us on May 8 at 6pm for the Paralegal Alumni Network‘s next Hornbook Club meeting at the Brehon Pub (Superior & Wells). This month’s book is The 19th Wife written by David Ebershoff and chosen as this month’s selection by ’05 LUC paralegal grad Nick Kaspar. Ebershoff weaves two stories together… One a […]
On Saturday, April 14 a group of Loyola Chicago Paralegal Alumni, current paralegal students and their friends and family helped out on the Jesuit Alumni National Day of Service. The paralegal group was assigned to work at St. Leonard’s Ministries located in Chicago on the west side near the United Center. St. Leonard’s Ministries provides […]
PAN Reception at the Power Rogers & Smith Ceremonial Courtroom
Loyola’s Paralegal Alumni Network (PAN) hosted their annual educational event on Friday, March 2, 2012. Over seventy paralegal graduates and their guests registered for the event which featured a presentation by Matthew Bird, the Senior Research Librarian at the law firm of Drinker Biddle & […]
Are you interested in taking your paralegal education out into the world and applying course concepts to real world problems? I have a rare opportunity available for paralegal students interested in volunteering their time to the community, learning more about the legal process, and making important connections in the process. Through this opportunity you will assist private attorneys in criminal […]