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Ignatian Law Scholars
The Ignatian Law Scholars Program recognizes particularly promising members of the entering law school class, whose applications reflect the Jesuit values of commitment to academic excellence and service to others. The Ignatian Law Scholars receive a renewable Dean’s Scholarship and assigned faculty and alumni mentors to help with the transition to law school and practice. In addition, Ignatian Scholars gather for special events each semester to get to know each other and other members of the law school community.
Visiting Student Application
A visiting student will be admitted dependent upon space availability in the specific course(s) selected. Students interested in being a visitor during any semester or summer session should contact the College of Law Records Director Tori Luwisch at (504) 861-5563 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Continue defining your legal focus through Loyola Law's notable programs.
Master's in Health Law & Administration or Environmental Law
Applicants for the Master of Health Law & Administration or the Master of Environmental Law are required to submit a personal statement, resume, college transcript, and two letters of recommendation. For recent college graduates, one of the two letters must be from a faculty or staff member from the undergraduate institution. Please send all required materials electronically to Tia Andrews.
The College of Law offers an LL.M. for international lawyers who plan to practice in the United States. The College of Law also offers an LL.M. with concentrations in Immigration, Health Law & Administration, and Environmental Law for U.S. lawyers. Candidates interested in applying to these programs are encouraged to visit:
The College of Law offers certificates to students wishing to develop specialized expertise in a particular area of law. Certificates are awarded to students who have completed all requirements for graduation with additional course work.
Applications Accepted: September 15, 2020
Scholarship Priority Deadline: March 1, 2021
Application Deadline: August 1, 2021