Category Archives: Corboy Fellows
Third-year student Ben Horwitz came to Loyola with dual interests in trial advocacy and public interest work—two areas in which he’s taken every opportunity to learn. In the classroom, in the clinic, and in competition, “Loyola has pushed me to … 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
Loyola’s nationally renowned trial advocacy program continues to take top honors. Meet our 2016-17 mock trial teams.
Loyola’s Corboy Fellows Josh Cauhorn, Jasmine Morton, Prya Murad, and Ezrah Bryant won the national championship at the National Criminal Justice Trial Competition held in Chicago. In this invitation-only tournament of champions, Loyola competed against 20 top teams in the … Continue reading
OTHER NEWS Programming and events The 17th Anniversary Philip H. Corboy Lecture in Trial Advocacy was held this fall on November 6. The presentation focused on the unique practice of civil rights litigators. The panel of seasoned civil rights litigators, … Continue reading
When United States Air Force Major Ja Rai Williams (JD ’05) was three years old, she announced to her household that she wanted to be a lawyer. She held onto that goal when she entered law school at Loyola, where … Continue reading
For the second year in a row, Loyola’s Corboy Fellows are the national champions of William H. Daniel National Mock Trial Competition, which was held in Atlanta in November. Loyola dominated the competition, winning all judges’ votes in the semi-final … Continue reading