Circle of Advocates
Loyola's trial advocacy program enjoys a well-deserved reputation for excellence in the courtrooms of the Chicago area, and across the nation. The school's mock trial and moot court teams consistently earn top honors in regional, national, and international competitions.
In order to enhance the trial advocacy program and to provide opportunities for future generations of trial lawyers, Loyola has established the Circle of Advocates, an annual giving society that supports the trial advocacy program. Members of the Circle serve as mentors for students with an interest in trial law, promote high ethical standards within the field, and, through their financial contributions, establish scholarships to prepare future Loyola trial lawyers.
Members of the Circle of Advocates have the opportunity to participate in an annual luncheon with Dean Yellen to share views on the trial advocacy program and to attend annual presentations by distinguished practitioners or faculty.
If you have any questions about the Circle of Advocates, please contact Annina Fabbioli, assistant dean for advancement and alumni relations, at 312.915.7281 or email@example.com.
To support the future of advocacy at Loyola, make your donation online, or call 1.800.424.1513.