Congratulations and welcome to Loyola! The Law Admission Staff is committed to assisting you with your law school transition. We encourage you to visit our facilities, meet with our staff and students, and learn as much as possible about joining our community as we realize what a tremendous endeavor law school can be. We hope you will find this site a useful and engaging tool to help you accomplish this.
Listed below, and to the left, are resources we think will be very helpful to you over the coming months. Please check this site regularly for updates.
Loyola University Chicago School of Law Admissions Blog
Stay up to date on student life, campus events, Law Admission and Financial Aid announcements and other law related opportunities.
Welcome Letters from Faculty
Our faculty and administration would like to welcome you to the Loyola community. We encourage you to read the letters below to learn more about them and their areas of specialty.
Dan K. Webb Center for Advocacy – Professor Zelda B. Harris
Business and Corporate Governance Law Center – Professor Steven A. Ramirez
Civitas ChildLaw Center – Professor Bruce A. Boyer
Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy – Professor Lawrence E. Singer
Health Justice Project and Social Justice – Professor Emily A. Benfer
Intellectual Property Program – Professor Cynthia M. Ho
Dean Michael J. Kaufman, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law
Important Deadlines and Information for Admitted Students
What’s next? We’ll let you know in our regularly updated calendar/checklist(s).
Visit the School of Law
Visiting is the best way to learn if a law school is right for you. If you have not already had an opportunity to do so, we encourage you visit Loyola University Chicago School of Law through one of our Discover Loyola admitted student programs or by scheduling an individual visit.
Entering JD Student Financial Aid Information
Financial aid awards will be mailed after March 1. Please review the requirements for applying for financial aid at Loyola Chicago; first year special scholarship and fellowship opportunities; and information about the Federal Direct Student Loan program. You can also review our Scholarship Retention Data.
Calculating your Funding and Cost of Attendance
Outside Scholarship Opportunities
There are a number of private organizations offering free money to incoming and current law students. Bookmark this page and check back regularly for updates.
Pay Your Deposit
Two non-refundable seat deposits are required to reserve your seat in the Fall 2014 entering class. You may elect to pay one non-refundable $700.00 seat deposit on or before April 15, 2014. If so, your deposit responsibilities will be met, and you will not be required to pay any further seat deposits.