Why an evening program works

A law degree from Loyola’s part-time evening division opens many doors for our graduates.

Evening division graduates are among the best and brightest in the job market. Many evening students stay in their current professions and use their law degree to enhance that position. Others combine their professional background and law degree in a new profession. And many go on to practice law with firms, corporations, or as sole practitioners.

Graduates of the part-time program include:

  • Bill Aaron, Partner, Goins Aaron
  • Allen Dennis, M.D., Internist
  • Clancy DuBos, Chair, Gambit Communications
  • Mark Gates, Deputy Assistant Secretary to the State Fire Marshall; Partner of Counsel, Clement & Gates (construction law); and Partner, TitleSource
  • Anita McCrossen, Administrative Law Judge, Louisiana Division of Administrative Law
  • Al J. Mendoza, Partner, Mendoza& Hardin (medical malpractice)
  • Conrad Meyer, Health Law Associate, Jones Walker
  • Shiri Ndang, Federal Investigator, U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
  • A. Kevin Troutman, Labor and Employment Associate, Fisher & Phillips
  • The Honorable Craig J. Webre, Sheriff, Lafourche Parish
  • Martin Welles, Attorney, U. S. Postal Service