From law school to lawyer

The academic rigor you expect from a great law school

The practice-ready experience prospective employers want

The flexible online formats opening the law school doors to busy professionals

The professors at Loyola emphasized the importance of stripping a problem down to its essence in order to find the right solution. It was a simple but an important lesson that I put in practice every day.”
– Young Kim, Magistrate Judge, United States District Court for the Northern District of Illinois, JD ’91
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Cindy Blackstock, MJ ’15

Executive Director, First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada

“The instructors were fantastic– open to me tailoring my education as much as possible for the causes I was working on—and I really enjoyed the interdisciplinary student body.”

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Cameron Webb, JD ’12

MD, Assistant Professor of Medicine and Health Sciences, University of Virginia School of Medicine

“I use my experience all of the time, in the way I frame an argument, engage folks, and get them to see my perspective.”

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Margie Elias, JD ’86

Executive Vice President, General Counsel, Secretary, Gogo

“Law school was so much more cerebral than the day-to-day demands of a job. I loved learning how to think in new ways. I loved making new friends, some of whom remain my best friends 30 years later.


Illinois Bar Passage Rate (First-time test takers)


Each year, more than 300 students participate in a live clinic or externship.


Employment Rate 10 months after graduation

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