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 Nubia Willman (JD ’10), who serves Chicago’s immigrants under Mayor Lori Lightfoot; administrator James Faught (JD ’76); the School of Law’s Business Law Clinic; the students, faculty, and alumni who assist immigrants being held in Arizona detention centers; Tess Feldman (JD ’12), who manages the Immigration Law Project at the Los Angeles LGBT Center; student B. Alvarez, who founded the First Generation Law Students organization; and David McKinney (JD ’11), who fights to defend constitutional liberties at the ACLU of Minnesota.

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Feature Articles
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Creating Connections for New Americans

Nubia Willman (JD ’10) represents vulnerable communities in her mayor-appointed role serving Chicago immigrants.

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Faught’s First 40

Beloved law school administrator celebrates quadruple decades at Loyola

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Business with a Heart

At Loyola’s Business Law Clinic, students sharpen transactional skills while serving clients who are reshaping their communities

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On the Border

Law students assist immigrants being held in Arizona detention centers

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Challenging a Changing System

Immigration lawyer Tess Feldman (JD ’12) serves clients whose very lives are endangered in their home countries

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Student Spotlight: B. Alvarez

First-generation law student B. Alvarez aims to be a community-minded lawyer in everything she does

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Lessons in Lawyering: David McKinney

Born and raised in Chicago, David McKinney (JD ’11) works as a staff attorney for the American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota.


To share story leads about School of Law alumni, contact Kristi Turnbaugh, editor-in-chief, at kturnbaugh@LUC.edu. Please be as specific as possible about your story pitch.