Business Law Clinic student clinicians gain real-world experience by representing entrepreneurs, small business owners, and not-for-profit organizations, under the supervision of faculty.

As a student in Loyola’s Business Law Clinic, you will have the opportunity to develop essential lawyering skills in a professional, interactive live-client environment. You will work under the direct supervision of licensed attorneys to represent entrepreneurs and small business owners, as well as individuals who are seeking legal assistance with not-for-profit organizations. The opportunity to represent and counsel clients in a transactional clinical setting will allow you to experience firsthand what it is like to be a business lawyer and to begin your transition from academic student to professional attorney in a meaningful way. The not-for-profit clients you will work with include organizations that encompass child welfare, teen health, animal welfare, sports clubs, churches, museums, community welfare, religious organizations, etc. The for-profit clients you will work with include entrepreneurs, inventors, service providers, and web-based business owners who are involved in a variety of industries.


Patricia H. Lee, Executive Director, Center for Business Law; Director, Business Law Clinic

Steven Ramirez, Director, Center for Business Law

Charles Saulsberry, Adjunct Professor, Business Law Clinic

Address: Philip H. Corboy Law Center
25 E. Pearson Street, Suite 1005
Chicago, IL 60611
Phone: 312.915.7314
E-mail: businesslaw@luc.edu

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