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A tool for positive change
Loyola’s clinics serve a key role in preparing students for practice
Josie Gough (BA ’74, MED ’78, JD ’78)
Josie Gough is a Curt and Linda Rodin Clinical Assistant Professor of Law and Social Justice and director of Loyola’s Experiential Learning program, where she collaborates with members of the judiciary, government agencies, public interest organizations, and Chicago-based corporations to provide externship placements for students.
Dean Jean Gaspardo honored by CLG with Lifetime Achievement Award
Learning to lead
Weekend JD program strengthens Illinois Rep. Christian Mitchell's work as a social justice advocate
On civil rights
Preventing police misconduct by legal intervention is a focus for Professor Stephen Rushin
Views from the top
Students welcome Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to the Rome campus for summer lecture series
Associate Dean Zelda Harris is leading efforts to ensure a welcoming and inclusive environment
An in-house legal clinic led by Emily Vaughan (JD '14) helps returning veterans re-adjust
Lawmaker and law student takes on new role
State Rep. Christian Mitchell, a Weekend JD student at Loyola, recently was appointed interim director of the Illinois Democratic Party.
Breaking barriers, building foundations
Dean Emerita Nina Appel retires after 45 remarkable years at Loyola.
Advocating for others
Kate Mitchell, director of Loyola's Health Justice Project, shares with Chicago Lawyer magazine how lawyers can break the link between poverty and poor health.
Thriving at Loyola
Recent law graduates share their secrets to success.
Cheers to the Class of 2018!
Loyola University Chicago awarded 281 law degrees at commencement on May 12
Advocating for children
Emma McMullen (JD ’18) is a Civitas ChildLaw Fellow and the 2018 recipient of the Dean Nina S. Appel Scholarship. This is her story.