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		IP Expertise

IP Expertise

Matthew Sag is a nationally recognized expert in copyright law and a leading authority on the legal implications of text data mining.

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		Addressing 
over-incarceration

Addressing over-incarceration

Aisha Cornelius Edwards (JD ’05) is working to create a fairer, more effective criminal justice system.

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		Law meets technology

Law meets technology

Staying ahead of the curve in emerging areas of law

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		An advocate for change

An advocate for change

Third-year law student Liz Rodriguez finds her niche serving vulnerable populations

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		Pioneer in child and family law

Pioneer in child and family law

Professor Diane Geraghty: Leading the way in children's law

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		Advocating for the homeless

Advocating for the homeless

Loyolans tackle an array of issues that affect housing

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		Compliance: A critical thread

Compliance: A critical thread

New York attorney gains specialized training to better serve her clients

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		A passion for IP

A passion for IP

Third-year law student Eric Liu looks ahead to a career in IP

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		Rising to meet global challenges

Rising to meet global challenges

Heidi Cerneka has traveled the world advocating for women’s rights.

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		Connecting social service with policy

Connecting social service with policy

Contrell Washington (MSW ’18) builds on her work as an advocate for children and families

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		Research for Justice

Research for Justice

Loyola law faculty scholarship turns knowledge into action

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		John Blum named school’s first health law chair

John Blum named school’s first health law chair

Blum is a pioneer and widely respected expert in health law

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		Meet our incoming class

Meet our incoming class

Loyola welcomes the talented and diverse JD law class entering in fall 2018

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		Advocates for justice

Advocates for justice

New practicum readies grads for rewarding work in immigration law

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		Following a social </br>justice mission

Following a social
justice mission

Alison Davis (JD ’17) is using her legal education to help shape policy abroad

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		Student wellbeing

Student wellbeing

Law program provides tools for healthy work-life balance

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		Moving into mindfulness

Moving into mindfulness

Loyola community embraces practices aimed at reducing stress and boosting performance

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		Prestigious Professorship

Prestigious Professorship

Steven Ramirez is named Loyola’s inaugural Abner J. Mikva Professor of Law.

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		A tool for positive change

A tool for positive change

Loyola’s clinics serve a key role in preparing students for practice

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		Josie Gough (BA ’74, MED ’78, JD ’78)

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.

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