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A New Perspective from Abroad

One law student spent his summer experiencing international legal practice and learning the Greek culture.

Serving His Hometown

The Hon. David A. Bowers, J.D. ’78, is serving with pride after being elected to his fourth term as mayor of Roanoke, Va.

Recruiting the Best

The College of Law’s new Admissions team gets to work.

Producing Leaders in the Legal Academy

We spotlight alumni who have educated and currently shape the legal minds of tomorrow’s lawyers.

Marching over Mountains

Associate Professor Chunlin Leonhard found exactly what she wanted in a law teaching career at Loyola.

Coming Home Again

Former College of Law Dean Thomas Sponsler, J.D., shares his reflections on two eras.

Lessons in Law and Life

Students receive a lot more than just a legal education from Loyola. Read about the lessons Shantell Payton, J.D. ’07, took with her and continues to employ in her life.

Free Trade and International Peacemaking

We spotlight Deputy Minister of Foreign Relations for the Republic of Panama Francisco Alvarez De Soto, J.D. ’94, and the pride he takes in serving his country.

A New Resource for a New Age

More than just bricks and mortar, the new College of Law Broadway Building is helping the college achieve its initiatives for experiential legal education.

A Soul's Journey

We take a look at a new book, Ada’s Daughter, by law alumna Jacqueline Maduneme, J.D. ’97, in which she chronicles her inspiring journey of overcoming abuse in her life.