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Loyola Law Magazine

Loyola Law magazine is published annually for alumni and friends of Loyola University Chicago School of Law.

In this issue, read about Dean Michael J. Kaufman, who departs Loyola after 35 years of dedicated service; how the School of Law navigates the COVID-19 pandemic; the 2021 recipients of law school awards (Michael Alkaraki, Michael J. Kaufman, Chlece Walker-Neal-Murray, and Zachary Ziliak); how the student-run podcast The Podvocate brings legal issues to life; Christie Tate (JD ’03), who wrote the best-selling memoir Group; and Paul Hletko (JD ’96), who founded and runs award-winning FEW Spirits in Evanston.

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Feature Articles
Dean Michael Kaufman photo

A legacy of empathy and excellence

Dean Michael J. Kaufman departs Loyola after 35 years of dedicated service.

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Corboy building photo

7 lessons learned during the pandemic

The School of Law adapts to provide the best possible educational experience amidst an evolving public health crisis.

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2021 scholars photo

Celebrating extraordinary service

2021 School of Law awards honor Zachary Ziliak, Michael J. Kaufman, Chlece Walker-Neal-Murray, and Michael Alkaraki.

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Matt Doran of The Podvocate

Active listening

Student-run podcast The Podvocate brings legal issues to life.

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Christie Tate

Next chapter

Through writing her best-selling memoir, Group, Christie Tate (JD '03) finds herself—and her calling.

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Paul Hletko

The Whiskey Maker

Paul Hletko and (JD '96) founded and runs award-winning FEW Spirits in Evanston.

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