Entering Student Resources
- Specialized Legal Writing Sections
The specialized legal writing section will supplant the standard Legal Writing I and II requirement for those selected students.
- Introduction to the Case Study Method and the Basics of Legal Writing Summer Course
There is an optional one credit hour summer course offered to incoming students. More information will be available in May.
- Academic Calendar
Please review the academic calendar for important dates.
- A Selected List of Possible Readings for Prospective Law Students
- Computing Services
All incoming law students will receive a Loyola email account and access to LOCUS (Loyola’s Online Connection to University Services). If you are considering purchasing a new laptop, please review the recommended specifications.
Loyola University Chicago’s Water Tower Campus Bookstore is located directly across the street from the School of Law. Loyola students can add Rambler Bucks to their campus card to purchase books at the Loyola bookstore. If a student is unsure of the total cost of books, supplies and other expected purchases, the Campus Card Office suggests contacting the bookstore with inquiries. Any funds not used in the purchase of books or supplies at the bookstore are non-refundable, but they can be used at any location that accepts Rambler Bucks.
- Rambler Bucks
Students can use the Charge Authorization Form to add Rambler Bucks to his/her campus card, while charging the amount requested to his/her student account in LOCUS. Funds can be added in increments of $100, but not exceeding $800 per semester. These funds will be placed on the campus card for immediate use, and the charge will then be added to the student account to be paid in full along with all tuition and fees. Students must comply with the assigned deadline for each term.
- Loyola’s Writing Workshop
The School of Law is pleased to offer incoming students an optional opportunity to participate in a single session Writing Workshop. More information will be available in June.
- Staying Best Friends
This program is designed for couples who would like to achieve their JD at Loyola and not lose their spouse or significant other in the process. One partner or both partners may be obtaining a JD to participate. More information will be available in June.
- Public Service Day
Your first opportunity to participate in a service activity as a Loyola University Chicago School of Law student will take place during orientation week. This is an optional opportunity. More information will be available in June.
- Connect with Current Students and Alumni