Start Strong at Loyola Law
What is Start Strong at Loyola Law?
Start Strong at Loyola Law is a pre-recorded series of digital sessions hosted by Loyola Law faculty and staff. Each meeting covers a different aspect of the legal profession and life at Loyola Law. The series is designed to introduce incoming students to the culture and curriculum of campus.
|Associate Dean Mary Algero||
Starting with the end in mind (Coursework sequence through graduation, including Certificates); 1L grading guidelines.
|Professor Emily Bishop||
Why legal writing is different from writing in other genres; what students can expect from the LOYNO Lawyering Program; general advice about how to prepare for law school.
|Professor John Lovett||
Comparing and contrasting civil and common law terms.
|Ms. Stacie Osborn ('20), EIC Law Review, Ms. Margaret Hickey ('20), EIC Journal of Public Interest Law||
What are student journals? How do I set myself up to participate in a journal?
|Admissions Office||Happy Hour.|
|Dean Madeleine Landrieu||
Coffee with the Dean.
|Professor Tom Snyder & Professor Marie Tufts||
How to read a case, brief a case, and how to prepare for class.
|Ms. Diana Mercer||
Meet Career Development staff; discuss what lawyers do and explore alternative career paths; how can students gain experience while in law school.
|Professor Maria Pabon & Professor Bobby Harges||
Expectations from 1L professors within the first 30 days.
|Professor Bill Quigley, Associate Dean Davida Finger, Professor Hector Linares, Ms. Christina Luwisch, Selected Students||
Public Interest meet and greet.
|Ms. Mary Frances Seiter||Happy Hour.|
Admissions Counselor Q&A; how to access LORA; fall updates.