October 18 - 21

Loyola University Chicago School of Law 
Philip H. Corboy Law Center
25 E. Pearson Street, Chicago

Presented by the Claims and Litigation Management Alliance, the Litigation Management Institute (LMI) is the first certification program specifically designed to provide a comprehensive understanding of the business of litigation management. The program is designed to bridge the gap between legal theory and litigation strategy, and the business aspects of litigation management.  Each of the courses is a combination of pre-work and in-class course instruction, and each evening, small groups will work on projects related to the course material covered that day. Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive the Certified Litigation Management Professional (CLMP) designation.
The 2018 Litigation Management Institute will be hosted at Loyola Law October 18th-October 21st

A limited number of 3L students will be able to attend this great tuition-based program, free of charge!  This is the perfect opportunity for those interested in insurance defense to learn a great deal and network with practicing attorneys and claims adjustors. 

If you are a Loyola Law 3L who would like to attend, please email Gina Gerardi at ggerardi@luc.edu by Monday, October 1st expressing your interest.  These student registrations will be given out on a first come, first serve, basis so act quickly!

“LMI was a great opportunity to get some insight on the actual practice of law. It was very rewarding to be able to meet attorneys from all over the country and think through legal issues with them.  I made long lasting contacts and would highly recommend this program to anyone interested in litigation.” 

-Ama Gyimah, JD 2018

“I had a fantastic experience at LMI.  I learned so much about insurance defense litigation.  I would definitely recommend this course to anyone interested in insurance defense.  However, I also learned a lot about the business of operating a law firm through the lens of insurance.  I gained a completely different perspective than any of my previous law school courses had afforded me.  Additionally, I learned so much from my smaller group of team members.  I enjoyed getting to meet such a talented group of professionals and it was a tremendous networking opportunity.” 

-Kaitlin Salisbury, JD 2018