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Resources for Loyola Law students

Student Resources

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Academic Affairs & Law Records

Academic Affairs and Law Records are your go-to resources for navigating many of the administrative details of law school. Academic Affairs assists with registration, academic regulations and graduation requirements. Law Records assists with room scheduling, exams, grading, enrollment verification, bar certification, academic records, graduation requirements and degree audits.

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Office of Accessible Education (OAE)

OAE works to ensure that students with disabilities have equal access to the campus at large, including the physical environment and university-sponsored programs, services and activities.

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Office of Skills & Experiential Learning (OSEL)

OSEL houses both the Externship Program and the Skills Curriculum. The two programs are a major component of the training Loyola provides to ensure its law graduates have the lawyering skills, practical knowledge, and experience needed to succeed as attorneys.

Externship Program

Skills Curriculum

Law Library

The Law Library features a comprehensive collection of federal and state legal research sources, foreign, international, comparative and civil law materials, and law-related books.

Student Organizations

With more than 20 active student organizations, our law students can explore a range of interest areas throughout law school.

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Learning Outcomes

We believe these eight learning outcomes are central to a comprehensive legal education, and support the law school’s mission statement of “preparing a diverse community of students to be thoughtful counselors, skilled advocates, compassionate leaders in the Jesuit tradition of academic rigor, pursuit of justice, and service to others.”

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