Category Archives: Alumni Item of Interest

Join the New Orleans Bar Association for a presentation on managing student loan debt! Law students may attend for free. Learn More>>>

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The Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center is currently looking for an Outreach Coordinator, an Education Coordinator and a Staff Attorney. Outreach Coordinator The Greater New Orleans Fair Housing Action Center (GNOFHAC) seeks an Outreach Coordinator to assist with … Continue reading »

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Please join us tomorrow to learn more about the College of Law’s latest certificate program. The Social Justice Certificate Program aims to recognize and enhance Loyola’s core mission of advancing social justice and pursuing academic excellence through the Jesuit ideals. … Continue reading »

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The Board of Directors of the Education Law Center-PA (ELC) seeks a new Executive Director who will be charged with promoting the mission, vision, and values of ELC and leading the organization toward fuller self-sustainability. ABOUT THE EDUCATION LAW CENTER-PA … Continue reading »

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The Louisiana Capital Assistance Center (LCAC) is a not-for-profit law office based in New Orleans, Louisiana committed to excellence in the provision of defense services to indigent clients facing the death penalty. The LCAC is principally a trial level office, … Continue reading »

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The Gillis Long Poverty Law Center invites you to attend our upcoming lecture featuring Dr. Rebecca Gordon. Dr. Gordon will discuss her new book, Mainstreaming Torture: Ethical Approaches in the Post-9/11 United States. The event will be held from 12:30 … Continue reading »

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Please remember to submit your application for Loan Repayment Assistance TODAY! Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Christina Luwisch at 504-861-5762.

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Reminder: Please submit LRAP applications by Monday, September 15, 2014!  Many Loyola College of Law graduates devote their careers to public service work as advocates for traditionally under-served communities. Given a significant law school debt burden, such careers might not … Continue reading »

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