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Events for Accepted Students

Whether you already know you will be joining us in August or still weighing your options, we encourage you to visit.

At Loyola Law, a rigorous legal education is balanced with a collaborative community of students and educators. Once you visit, you may never want to leave. Please join us for one of our exciting events, with virtual and in-person options available. We can help answer all your questions, introduce you to the types of courses you’ll take, and connect you with your peers and professors. When you’re ready to commit to Loyola, explore our checklist to complete your enrollment


What is Start Strong? It is a series of digital sessions, hosted by Loyola faculty and staff, focusing on topics that are central to success in law school. A full list of topics and presenters can be found on the Start Strong website

Please join us at Greenville Hall and have a cold drink with the Dean. We currently have two dates available:

Please register below:


The College of Law is offering limited in-person group tours. To limit interpersonal interaction, the Office of Law Admissions will not be accepting prospective students in the office. To maintain proper social distancing, Loyola College of Law has implemented safety protocols.

Have a few more questions for us before you’re ready to commit? We can’t wait to talk to you. At Loyola Law, we’re proud to foster a personalized experience for every student joining us. Schedule a 30-minute chat to discuss your goals and questions.

We offer a few different ways for you to join us for our open house. Register for our in-person open house in July or browse our virtual open house page with tons of resources and videos to enjoy at your own pace. 


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  • Can't make it to the January or July Open Houses? Please visit our virtual open house page!

Want to learn more about the College of Law? Please join Assistant Dean of Law Admissions Kimberly Jones in a small, intimate chat about Loyola geared specifically for admitted students. 

Loyola University New Orleans College of Law offers its students a joint Juris Doctor (JD)/Master of Business Administration (MBA) program that is designed for those interested in seeking advanced education in both business administration and law. 

Watch a recording of the JD/MBA Facebook Live Q&A with current a student and graduate here