Loyola University New Orleans College of Law
It is a rare combination of wide-ranging programs of study, real-life opportunities, and a commitment to the community that makes Loyola University New Orleans College of Law stand apart. It is an institution that trains lawyers to think critically and be advocates for social justice. The entire Loyola law community provides an atmosphere for our students to excel, succeed, and become productive members of legal communities across the country and throughout the world. It is a school where students have the opportunity to learn from a prestigious faculty, participate in many extracurricular activities to hone their practical lawyering skills, and serve the New Orleans community through our many clinical offerings. Loyola University New Orleans is a Catholic institution of higher learning in the Jesuit tradition. The College of Law was established in 1914, was approved by the ABA in 1931, and has been a member of the AALS since 1934. The College of Law is committed to excellence in legal education in the tradition of its spiritual heritage, with the goal being wisdom, not mere technical competence. The College of Law welcomes all persons who strive for the truth and who are prepared to challenge all assumptions in light of this commitment.