Events

October 23 - November 21, 2019

Wednesday, October 23

Wednesday Mass

The Chapel of the Advocate serves as a sacred space for worship, personal prayer, and contemplation. All are welcome to join in our weekly celebration of Mass

Thursday, October 24

Roadways to the Federal Bench: Who Me? A Bankruptcy Judge?

The Judicial Conference Committee on the Administration of the Bankruptcy System, invites law students and lawyers to an upcoming diversity symposium,...

Do Not Resist film screening followed by Q&A with Director

Loyola's National Lawyers Guild and ACLU Loyola are hosting a screening of the award winning documentary Do Not Resist followed by a Q&A with the director...

Champions of Justice Tribute Dinner

The Civil Justice Program at Loyola Law School honors two distinguished lawyers who embody the spirit of the civil justice system through their exceptional...

Friday, October 25

Tuesday, October 29

POLICING LOS ANGELES FORUM: AB-392: Big Changes in California Law Regarding Police Use of Force

In the wake of myriad controversial police shootings of unarmed people, the California Legislature enacted AB-392, The California Act to Save Lives. AB-392...

Wednesday, October 30

LLS PUBLIC INTEREST FAIR

Come to the fair! Loyola will be hosting a tabling session with over 60 public interest agency representatives on campus. This is a wonderful opportunity...

Wednesday Mass

The Chapel of the Advocate serves as a sacred space for worship, personal prayer, and contemplation. All are welcome to join in our weekly celebration of Mass

Friday, November 1

Mass for Feast of All Saints

Friday, November 1, is the Feast of All Saints, a day in which we remember all the officially recognized holy women and men who serve as role models of...

Wednesday, November 6

Loyola Law School, California Judges Association and CJA’s Judicial Fairness Coalition present Preserving Free Courts and a Free Press

An independent judiciary and a free press are fundamental to our values of freedom and democracy. Judges, attorneys, members of the media and students will...

Thursday, November 7

Prosecuting the Mentally Ill: Practices and Policies

The Los Angeles District Attorney has recently touted her reforms in prosecuting the mentally ill. However, critics claim that these reforms lack substance,...

Thursday, November 14

Friday, November 15

CALL FOR EVALUATORS: LOYOLA'S  NCTC NEEDS YOUR HELP!

Loyola Law School, which ranks fourth in the nation for Trial Advocacy, and its Greene Broillet & Wheeler National Civil Trial Competition need litigators...

 

Saturday, November 16

CALL FOR EVALUATORS: LOYOLA'S  NCTC NEEDS YOUR HELP!

Loyola Law School, which ranks fourth in the nation for Trial Advocacy, and its Greene Broillet & Wheeler National Civil Trial Competition need litigators...

 

Wednesday, November 20

POLICING LOS ANGELES FORUM: Documenting Police Misconduct: The Impact of the Association of the Los Angeles Deputy Sheriffs vs. Sheriff Jim McDonnell

In ALADS v. McDonnell, The California Supreme Court unanimously held that the Sheriff may compile a list of deputies who engaged in misconduct and give that...

October 23 - November 21, 2019