LMU’s Loyola Law School

Shaping lawyers and leaders with a commitment to social justice

Committed to ethics and the public interest, LMU’s Loyola Law School (LLS) was the first American Bar Association-approved law school in California with a pro bono graduation requirement. From specialized centers to clinics like our nationally–recognized Loyola Project for the Innocent, LLS students have an opportunity to specialize their education and future practice in social justice, including advocacy efforts and human rights preservation. Top ranked areas of study include entertainment law, cybersecurity, juvenile justice, conflict resolution, music law and immigration law, enabled by our prime location in downtown Los Angeles.


Degree Programs

Loyola does an outstanding job at producing ready lawyers. It develops clinical and actual practice experiences for students. You don’t have to spoon feed Loyola graduates. They get an assignment, jump in and start performing.

Brian Kabateck, LLS ’89

Founder & Managing Partner, Kabateck LLP