Virtual Open House
Welcome to Loyola University New Orleans College of Law! We invite you to enjoy our Virtual Open House by watching the videos below.
Once you have learned more about Loyola College of Law through the virtual experience, you will see why, for more than 100 years, attorneys haven chosen Loyola Law for their legal education.
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Established in 1914, Loyola University New Orleans has a long tradition of educating future advocates of change.
Studying law in Louisiana provides you the opportunity to learn both the English Common Law and European Civilian traditions.
A Loyola University New Orleans legal education will prove to be one of the best investments that you will ever make. The value of the degree is apparent; however, the College of Law is committed to helping students meet and manage the cost.
The Externship Program is an experiential course in which students earn 1, 2, or 3 academic credits for legal work under the supervision of an attorney. Loyola students can participate during any fall, spring, or summer semester after their 1L year. Students are selected for participation in the program through an application process and must receive an offer from a qualifying placement prior to enrollment.
Skills courses are 1-3 hour training seminars on specific, practical aspects of the legal profession. Skills courses are taught by licensed practitioners, are included in your tuition, and are available only to Loyola Law students.
With practicing attorneys and judges in all 50 states and around the globe, our Career Development Office will help you attain your professional goals.
Loyola's Law Clinic provides third-year students the opportunity to be sworn in, practice law, and represent those in need.
Professor Hiroko Kusuda provides a brief introduction to Loyola College of Law's immigration clinic.
Emily Bishop serves as the Director of the Lawyering Program and Writing Instructor. You may access Professor Bishop's lecture here.
Professor John Blevins research and teaches in the area of property, intellectual property, and criminal law. In his video lecture, Professor Blevins discusses defense excuses that may be used in a criminal case.
You may access Professor Blevins's lecture using the following link (passcode 8Rxbcx57))