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A Renaissance Woman is someone with many talents and skills. The term feels like it was created specifically for Justice Jeannette Theriot Knoll ’66 (political science), J.D. ’69, of the Louisiana Supreme Court.
Loyola offers numerous and varied courses, both locally and abroad, to help law students gain an international foundation. By Sarah Ravits
Imre Szalai tells us more about his book and how he came to be fascinated by arbitration agreements.
Judge Christenberry personified commitment and passionate dedication throughout his tenure on the bench. By Christine Fontana Wegmann, J.D. '97
In the fall of 2014, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law will begin to offer law students an opportunity to earn a certificate in Law, Technology, and Entrepreneurship.
It takes one glance at the impressive resume of Colonel Linda Strite Murnane, U.S. Air Force, Retired, to notice that it reads similarly to an outline for a high-concept story tempered with a touch of Lifetime movie drama.
A YouTube video on the NFL purse policy led to a whirlwind week.
Alumni garner success as high-ranking members of the bench.
The Hon. Pascal F. Calogero, Jr., J.D. ’54, H’91, demonstrates a life of service to the legal community.
Fanny Edith Winn Distinguished Professor of Law Robert Garda provides guidelines for reforming New Orleans’ tumultuous school system.