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Student Organizations

Student Organization Orientation 2023

Student organizations are an integral part of Loyola Law School’s vibrant community. Please find below links to Loyola’s law reviews, competition teams, and active student groups.

Student Law Reviews

Loyola Law School students edit and publish three printed law reviews. Staff members and editors receive academic units for successful completion of their writing, editorial and production requirements. Participation as a staff member on one of these publications affords students with an exceptional opportunity to improve and showcase their legal writing skills. Staff members are selected on the basis of academic performance and a writing competition. Day and evening upper-division students are eligible for selection. The boards of editors are chosen from among the staff members, based upon superior contributions, legal research and writing skills, leadership, and demonstrated editorial ability.

Moot Court and Trial Advocacy Programs

Loyola leads the field in advocacy with teams named champions of more than 100 competitions and consistently ranks in the top 10 among trial and advocacy programs by U.S. News & World Report. Our teams regularly win regional, national and international awards. Loyola’s programs promote innovative curriculum and a commitment to ethical advocacy by offering a multitude of practical learning opportunities. Loyola places a strong emphasis on skills training to better equip students for a competitive job market after graduation.  

Faculty advisers and renowned alumni are on hand to offer guidance and support along the way. More than 200 Loyola alumni currently preside as trial court judges in Southern California.

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Student Groups

University policy prohibits discrimination and harassment on the basis of race, color, religious creed, sex, gender, gender expression, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, marital status, registered domestic partner status, veteran status, age, national origin or ancestry, physical disability, mental disability, or medical condition. Accordingly, membership in student organizations is open to all students regardless of status, background or identity.