Loyola students publish their research through seven different student-authored and student-edited law reviews, through independent study and directed research projects with professors, and through coauthorships with their faculty mentors.
- Students who work on the Loyola Law Journal gain extensive training in the analysis of legal problems and the logical concise presentation of legal issues. This quarterly student-edited publication presents works by distinguished scholars within the legal profession, as well as notes and case comments written by students.
- The Loyola Consumer Law Review is the only publication of its kind in the nation. Focusing on current developments in consumer law, it covers such issues as advertising, financing, debt collection, product safety, professional services, insurance, and consumer credit.
- The Annals of Health Law focuses on the practical analysis of major trends in health law both in the United States and abroad; it is peer-reviewed in cooperation with the National Health Lawyers Association.
- The Children's Legal Rights Journal, edited in conjunction with the American Bar Association Center on Children and the Law, provides practitioners in law and related fields with the practical resources they need to be informed advocates for their child clients.
- The Public Interest Law Reporter (PILR), a forum for sharing ideas and news in public interest law, serves as a catalyst for further discussion, research, and action.
- The International Law Review addresses issues of international scope, and is edited and published by the International Law Society.