Loyola University Chicago

JD Admissions

School of Law

Specialty Programs

Loyola's JD curriculum enables students to develop knowledge of substantive law and the professional skills and values that are essential for responsible practice of law in a world that is global, multicultural, and dependent on technology. A required core curriculum provides the necessary building blocks for the study and practice of law. And, the electives offered are in a variety of areas. These areas can provide a student with direction in which to focus their studies; some that offer the structure of a certificate, and some that do not.

Business and Corporate Governance Law

Child and Family Law

Consumer Antitrust

Education Law

Health Law

Intellectual Property

International Law and Practice

Public Interest Law

Tax Law

Trial Advocacy