Loyola University Chicago School of Law is an ideal place to start your legal career. Loyola offers academic excellence and intellectual openness, with emphasis on service to others. Dedicated to preparing you for professional practice, our Jesuit-inspired tradition develops students for responsible leadership through research, scholarship and public service, in close collaboration with our distinguished faculty. Loyola’s Jesuit heritage further promotes a strong spirit of community and an interest in the development of the student as a whole person. We encourage all applicants to visit the campus, talk with members of our staff, or discuss our program at the recruitment events we attend all over the United States.
The School of Law will begin accepting applications for the Fall of 2014 on October 1, 2013. There is no application fee.
Deadlines for Entering Full-time and Part-time Students to submit their applications:
Priority Deadline: March 1
All supplementary documents must be received by March 31.
Candidates may elect to submit all necessary materials for their application files by January 15. If all items are received by this date, an admission decision will be sent by February 15. There is no binding commitment with this decision. The deadline for acceptance of the offer by the candidates is the same as for those who elect not to participate in the early notification program. This program is of particular relevance to applicants applying for endowed scholarships.