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You probably have a lot of questions. We have answers! Call our Law Admissions Office at 504-861-5575 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out why the College of Law was awarded an A+ in Public Interest by preLaw Magazine.
Why Choose Loyola Law?
“I am a first-generation high school graduate, college graduate, and soon-to-be law graduate. This entire experience at Loyola Law has been challenging but worth it. During this unique experience of law school, I have endured a pandemic and natural disasters. Throughout everything, the faculty and staff have supported me and treated me as family.”
“I chose law school because I wanted to learn how the law has impacted the most vulnerable people in our society and how I can use it as a tool for change. Loyola's commitment to the Jesuit value of special concern for the poor and oppressed resonated with me. I saw it in various parts of the experiential learning course offerings.”
“I was drawn to Loyola because of the university’s dedication to communities through education, justice, and service.”
"At Loyola, I have had the opportunity to gain knowledge in my field of interest by way of alumni connections, organizations, speakers and the best professors who not only teach you the law but also how to apply it to life. Anyone who wants the real law school experience should seriously consider Loyola."
"It was the Loyola alumni who helped me realize Loyola Law was the right choice. Each of them credited not only their education but also the Loyola community and its support for their success. Now being in my third year, I can confirm that everything they told me is absolutely true."
Kristyn Lambert, J.D., '15
"As a wife and mom, I was nervous about balancing law school with family life. But the faculty and administration at Loyola treated me like a professional from day one. From the first day I started classes, I felt like a lawyer. Now that I am working as an attorney, my family is much better off. I am so glad i took this step."
Darrinisha wanted more than just a degree. She wanted an experience that would help her grow in a place where she felt at home. At Loyola, she has found a welcoming staff and students who are advocates for justice, as well as for one another. Today, she serves as the vice president of the Black Law Student Association and as an SBA mentor.
Experience It for Yourself
There are several ways you can experience the diverse culture of Loyola Law and of the City of New Orleans.
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On November 3, learn how Loyola Law can help you make a positive impact on the world.
Admission to Loyola is based on a number of factors, including the applicant’s academic record, LSAT or GRE score, work and life experience, and personal statement.
Financing Law School
The Office of Financial Aid will provide you with the tools and guidelines to help you obtain your law degree. We are available by email, phone or in person.