Ready to merge your commitment to scholastic endeavors with your commitment to the community? You’re ready for Loyola University New Orleans' College of Law. Choose from civil law and common law curricula, full-time day and part-time evening programs, as well as three joint degree programs. You’ll be taught by a prestigious faculty that frequently receives teaching awards from both professional and academic organizations.
You’ll join a student body where distinguishing yourself in scholarship, research, and service is valued. Your classmates regularly win competition awards—the National Moot Court Team recently advanced to the final four out of 189 teams.
You’ll gain practical, valuable experience through participation with the Loyola Law Review, the Stuart H. Smith Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice, the Gillis Long Poverty Law Center, externships, international study programs, and more. It’s a balance that will help you succeed in your career.
Colley has been working with the Pro Bono Project on divorce workshops (among other efforts) since May 2014.
Lovett was selected for his professional and community involvement and achievements that have set the pace for the overall legal community in New Orleans.
Mr. Stephens specializes in Civil Litigation with a concentration in Catastrophic Personal Injury, 18 Wheeler Accidents, Company/Commercial and Other Motor Vehicle Accidents, Premises Liability, Property Damage, and Other Personal Injury and Death Litigation in State and Federal Courts.