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Committed to Public Service

Law students Sarah Wittenauer (left) and Khari Fischer were among the first-year students to participate in a public service activity during 1L orientation. Volunteers served hot meals at a local YMCA to underprivileged Chicago-area residents.

Shakespeare and the Law Macbeth: Overleaping Ambition

The Wall Street Journal has called Writers Theatre "the best drama company in the nation." Join Artistic Director Michael Halberstam and actors from Writers Theatre on Mon., Sept. 29, at 5 PM, for a remarkable look at selected scenes from Macbeth.

Lawyer and Author

Distinguished Scholar in Residence Laura Caldwell, director of the Life After Innocence clinic at Loyola University Chicago School of Law, has just published her 14th novel, The Dog Park.

Constitutional Implications of Capital Punishment

Professor Nadia Sawicki, Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy, was interviewed by The New England Journal of Medicine about her recent article, which discusses the constitutional implications of clinicians' involvement in capital punishment.

Advocates For Racial Justice

Loyola recently participated as a host for a new training initiative to establish a network of advocates committed to advancing a coordinated racial justice agenda. Fellows included Carol Ashley, a member of Loyola’s adjunct law faculty, and Loyola law graduates Candice Moore (JD ’13), and Aneel Chablani (JD ’97).

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