The Loyola team received 3rd place in annual National Criminal Procedure competition held at University of San Diego School of Law. 42 schools competed in the competition and teammates Rachel Breaux and Bayle Jenkins, coached by Monica Mendoza, placed among the final eight teams overall. Congratulations!
3L Leila Abu Orf has been selected to receive the Association of Corporate Counsel Award from the Louisiana Chapter of the Association of Corporate Counsel. The annual award was created to promote excellence in the field of Corporate Law by offering incentives to talented students. Leila was nominated for the award by Professor Ray Rabalais.
Bianca Moore '19 and Darrinisha Gray '19 received the President's Award from the Louis A. Martinet Society. The President's Award recognizes members for their exemplary dedication, service, time, commitment, and energy to the society.
The Pro Bono Project named Callan Johns, a 2L at Loyola, "Law Student of the Year" at the 2017 Volunteer Recognition Awards & Reception on December 5, 2017.
Callan worked with the Pro Bono Project as a summer intern through the Gillis Long Poverty Law Center. The Gillis Long Summer Internship Program places students with legal aid offices and nonprofit organizations across the United States. Interns earn $5,000.00 during the ten-week program.
The National Team comprised of Courtney Harper, Trent Wallis, and Michael Catalano competed at the Region VII competition at Vanderbilt. They handily defeated Vanderbilt and Cumberland in the preliminary rounds to make it to the quarterfinals. In a tough match against Alabama, they prevailed to advance to the semi-finals. They met Ole Miss in the semis where they won oral argument but were defeated by a small margin because Ole Miss had a higher brief score. They landed in third place overall and Courtney Harper was voted the best oralist of that semi-final round. We are SO proud of th
Richardson participated in a roundtable exploring the challenges and benefits of "crowdsourcing legal assistance" to populations unable to afford legal assistance.
The award recognizes a law student from an ABA-accredited law school in the state of Louisiana who has demonstrated a dedication to providing legal services to the poor.
Webb won first place in the University of Richmond Journal of Law and Technology’s Student Law and Technology Writing Competition with the Rick Klau Prize.
The paper examines “the recent “surge” of unaccompanied children migrating to the United States” and “these children’s mental health needs and the fiscal and human costs of failing to address them before advocating for expanding the eligibility criteria for Medicaid and CHIP.”
Congratulations to the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot Team on their victory in Guadalajara, Mexico! Teams from the United States and Mexico and arbitration professionals from around the world participated in the pre-moot and accompanying conference.