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Records and Forms
The Law Registrar Office collects and disseminates student and academic information through processes that ensure the integrity and security of all academic records in compliance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). Each student record contains cumulative class history, grade history, and degrees conferred. Law students may inspect their records in the Law Registrar Office upon submission of identification.
Privacy and Release of Information
Students must notify the Law Registrar Office in writing if they do not want basic information about themselves to be verified when it is requested (typically by colleges or employers). This information may include dates of attendance, enrollment status (full-time and half-time), degrees earned and dates conferred, and the major field of study.
If you need to request a verification letter or any document from the Law Registrar Office, please complete the Verification Request Form (PDF) by including specific details. This form should be sent as an attachment to Law-Registrar@luc.edu or brought to the Law Registrar Office, Corboy Law Center, Room 1203.
FERPA—The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act
FERPA is a Federal law that protects the privacy of student education records. Education records are defined as those which directly relate to the individual student currently or formerly in attendance at Loyola University Chicago. This page serves as Loyola's annual notification of the students' rights and provides links to valuable resources to help members of the Loyola community better understand their responsibilities under FERPA. Visit the University Registration and Record's web page for more information.
Course Approval Forms
Please print out and have the form signed by the supervising faculty member and Stephen Rushin, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs. Once you obtain both signatures, it is your responsibility to return the form to the Law Registrar Office, Corboy Law Center, Room 1203.
- Course Approval (PDF)
- Graduate Law Program (PDF)
Please fill out the online form and wait for approval from Stephen Rushin, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs.
Division Transfer Forms
If you would like to change divisions please complete the correct form below. Students must complete this form and submit it to the Office of the Dean through Dean Walter (Room 1327).
Part-time to Full-time Division Transfer Form (PDF)
Dual Degree Release Form
Dual Degree Release Form (PDF)
Name and Address Changes
It is important to keep your name and address current to prevent the disruption of billing or other correspondence and services.
Name changes: please complete the Name Change Request Form.
Address changes: If you do not have access to LOCUS, please use the Change of Address Form.
This information should be sent to the Law Registrar Office:
Loyola University Chicago
School of Law
Law Registrar Office
25 E. Pearson Street 1203
Chicago, IL 60611
Request for Transfer of Credit Form
Verification of Enrollment/Certificate of Good Standing Request Form
If you need to request a verification letter or any document from the Law Registrar Office, please complete the Verification_Request_Form (PDF) by including specific details. This form should be sent as an attachment to Law-Registrar@luc.edu, or brought to the Law Registrar Office, Corboy Law Center, Room 1203.
- Rule 711 of the Illinois Supreme Court allows law students to engage in the limited practice of law, under the supervision of a licensed attorney, subject to several conditions.
- Students who have successfully completed a minimum of 43.0 credit hours at the School of Law may apply to the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts for a 711 license. The Registrar's Office will sign a student's application form once it verifies that the student has in fact successfully completed the required 43.0 credit hours. Students need to have the signature of a supervisor before submitting the form to the Registrar for certification, although this signature is necessary before the student can submit the form to the Administrative Office of the Illinois Courts.