Learning through Service
One of the most important aspects of Loyola’s Jesuit education is experiential learning. Our students begin representing real clients long before they graduate.
In the Stuart H. Smith Law Clinic and Center for Social Justice, third-year law students practice under the supervision of experienced clinic faculty.
Environmental Law & Policy Lab
The Policy Lab allows students to work on environmental advocacy projects for non-profit or community clients.
Loyola’s entrepreneurship course allows students to gain hands-on experience working with local startup ventures.
Through our unique Skills curriculum, every Loyola law student receives training in four key competency areas.
Paid Summer Internships
Since 1991, the Gillis Long Poverty Law Center has funded more than 900 public interest internships across the United States.
The Advocacy Center
The Advocacy Center consists of five diverse experiential programs that prepare students for all aspects of law practice.
Continuing Legal Education
Loyola’s CLE offers a wide range of post-graduate educational opportunities to further your knowledge in a number of subjects
Career Development Office
The Career Development Office (CDO) assists law students in professional career development and helps legal employers fill internship, law clerk, attorney, and alternative legal positions.
This is bigger than us. Our commitment to service is rooted in the Jesuit tradition of becoming “men and women for others.”