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Welcome to the College of Law

Where do you want to go?

Wherever it is, Loyola College of Law can get you there. The unique opportunity to earn certificates in both civil and common law gives you a world of flexibility to practice in Louisiana, across the country or around the globe. And with the combination of a rigorous and diverse curriculum taught by our esteemed faculty and the practical experience of our Law Clinic and Gillis Long Poverty Law Center, renowned Skills program, Externships and study abroad offerings, you’ll be ready to join Loyola’s distinguished alumni in their pursuit of justice and dedication to service.

Where will a Loyola Law degree take you? Anywhere you want to go.

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Where will a Loyola Law degree take you? Anywhere you want to go.

Whether you are a full-time, part-time, non-traditional, or international student, Loyola has the resources to train you in civil or common law and gives you a world of flexibility to practice in Louisiana, across the country or around the globe.

Achievements

Law Professor recognized as Honorary Visiting Professor at The University of Edinburgh Law School

By accepting this honor, Prof. Lovett commits to travel to the University of Edinburgh Law School once per year and contribute in some way to the intellectual life of the institution through teaching or research.


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Alumni in Power

Law alumni demonstrate leadership and commitment to the community at Entergy New Orleans

Warrant Clearance Clinic

The College of Law & Gillis Long Poverty Law Center co-sponsored a warrant clinic allowing people with traffic and municipal court warrants to clear their records without fear of arrest.