Prepared for practice.

Linking classroom study with hands-on experience, and inspired by the Jesuit philosophy that promotes service to others, Loyola's six clinics encourage students to contribute to society while gaining vital practical experience.

Loyola Community Law Center

Obtain real-world experience in representing Chicago-area residents who cannot afford legal services. You'll acquire valuable first-hand knowledge about the essential skills involved in the practice of law, including client interviewing and counseling, case planning and negotiation, fact investigation, and oral and written advocacy. Learn more 

Legislation and Policy Clinic

Work on policy and legislative research and advocacy projects that have an impact on systems affecting children and families, including child protection, juvenile justice, health, and immigration. Learn more

Civitas Childlaw Clinic

Develop skills needed to represent children by serving as children's lawyers in cases primarily involving child protection and high-conflict child custody disputes. Other areas of practice include education, immigration, delinquency, and international child abduction. Learn more

Federal Tax Clinic

Under close faculty supervision, the Federal Tax Clinic allows students to represent low-income taxpayers before the Internal Revenue Service and U.S. Tax Court. Learn more

Business Law Clinic

Through counseling small businesses, the Business Law Clinic educates students about the transactional practice of law. Under the supervision of clinical attorneys, students put into practice business-oriented knowledge and classroom learnings by providing non-litigation-oriented legal services to small business entrepreneurs. Learn more

Health Justice Project

Provide effective representation to low-income clients by working in collaboration with health care providers to overcome the social and systemic barriers that prevent long-term health and stability. Learn more