The Gillis Long Poverty Law Center, named in memory of a distinguished member of the United States House of Representatives and prominent Louisiana attorney who throughout his life was committed to excellence in legal services, exemplifies Loyola's commitment to the community.
Founded in 1985, it enables Loyola University College of Law to expand its legal education and public service activities both within and beyond the boundaries of the greater metropolitan New Orleans area. Several of the activities sponsored or founded by the center are the Loyola Law Clinic, Loyola Poverty Law Journal, Summer Internship Programs, Loan Forgiveness Program, and a Distinguished Speaker Series. Read More...
Location: Loyola University College of Law,
526 Pine Street, Room 414
Hours: 8:30am to 4:45pm, Monday - Friday
Loyola University College of Law
Gillis Long Poverty Law Center
7214 St. Charles Avenue
Campus Box 901
New Orleans, LA. 70118
Office Phone: (504)861-5746
FAX: (504) 861-5426