OFFICIAL LLS EVENTS
- Advising Cannabis Businesses: The Practioners' Perspective
November 13, 2018
Robinson Courtroom G102
Panelists: Richard Ormond and Oren Bitan, partners who practice in Buchalter's downtown LA office, have extensive experience representing banks, private investors and real property developers, in addition to advising cannabis businesses on a wide variety of issues.
Moderated by: Professors Therese Maynard and Shannon Trevino
Lunch Provided. Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org by November 8, 2018.
- The music salon is "…a gathering of people under the roof of an inspiring host, held partly to refine the taste and increase the knowledge of the participants through music and conversation.” These gatherings consciously aim to please and to educate.
Loyola will host its fourth Jazz Salon on Tuesday, November 13. This Salon will increase participants’ knowledge of American jazz great and Los Angeles fixture Charles Mingus. It will include discussion of this multi-talented bassist, and feature a varied selection of his celebrated recordings. This Salon will be led by fourth year evening student Geoffrey Gallegos, a multi- talented musician, arranger and conductor in his own right.
The Jazz Salon will be held in the Multicultural Room, Casassa 404, and will run from noon – 12:50 p.m.
While the session is BYOL (Bring Your Own Lunch), the law school will provide liquid refreshments.
Students, staff and faculty are welcome. Please come join our Jazz Salon next Tuesday. This gathering will consciously aim to please!!!!!!
- Please join us on Tuesday, November 13, 2018 for a presentation by LAPD on crime prevention, both on and off campus and tips on how to be responsible for your safety and the safety of others in the LLS community.
From 12:30pm-1:10 pm in Merrifield Hall.
Pizza and drinks (water and soda) will be served.
Think Safety Be Safe
- Donuts with the Deans
November 14, 2018
Please join the Deans for donuts from
9:30-10:30 am Rains Library entrance
5:00-6:00 pm in Founders Hall Lobby
*while supplies last.
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- The National Dialogue on Race: An examination of race through the lens of Jesuit teachings.
Thursday, November 16, 2018
The Hill, 4th Floor, Malone
LMU (Westchester) campus
IMPORTANT DATES & DEADLINES
- The Wellness Calendar for the week is available here:
- MARCH 1, 2019 @ 12 NOON: 2019 LOYOLA POST-GRADUATE FELLOWSHIP IN PUBLIC INTEREST LAW APPLICATION DEADLINE. Loyola Law School Post-Graduate fellowships are offered to four graduates and provide a full salary of $45,000 for one year to each selected fellow. Fellowships are available to Loyola graduates who apply in the year of their graduation or the following year. 2019 applications will be accepted from 2018 and 2019 graduates. For additional information regarding the fellowship program, application, instructions, and criteria, please click "Go":
SCHOLARSHIPS & WRITING COMPETITIONS
NEWS & NOTICES
Our weekly Catholic Eucharistic celebration takes place every Wednesday at 12:10pm in the Chapel of the Advocate here on the LLS campus during the academic year. Everyone is welcome! Our mass is offered for the intentions of our LLS community; if you have a special intention you would like for us to pray for, please let Fr. Pham know (email@example.com). Additionally, Fr. Pham is available for pastoral counseling and sacramental preparation as well; please contact him if you have any questions.
SPECIAL OFFER: For Loyola Students ONLY, purchase a three performance subscription to live theater for only $37.50 for all three shows. First five Loyola students to purchase subscriptions will get two tickets to a fantastic 1920’s themed Speakeasy Party, Performance, and Dinner on November 3; a $600 value! This great offer is courtesy of Loyola alumnus and Long Beach Opera Board Member Vincent Pollmeier.
The shows “Season of Justice” are inspired by Martin Luther King’s quote “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” LBO presents a season that considers what justice means and how it can be represented in music and theater. LBO’s three operas all examine justice from different points of view, including
• “The Black Cat,” an Edgar Allan Poe story about a man on death row reliving the events that brought him there, and including the music of J.S. Bach and David Sylvian
• “In the Penal Colony,” a Kafka story set to music by Phillip Glass in which an explorer visits an island where blind conformity has no rational connection between crime and punishment.
• “The Central Park Five” details the true story of five African American and Latino teenagers who were unjustly imprisoned for crimes they did not commit, and how their lives, and discussions of race and the justice system in this country were affected by the case.
Purchase your subscription series today at www.longbeachopera.org/tickets. Please be sure to select “Student Subscriptions” to get the discounted price and to be considered for the LBO Gala Dinner on November 3rd, which is a fantastic party featuring dinner, entertainment and auctions, all within a 1920’s Speakeasy theme.
Gala tickets include admission to Steve Reich’s video opera “Three Tales,” which details 20th century technological advances and their implications for society, in addition to the Speakeasy party and dinner, which is valued at $300 for each ticket. Students must use a valid .lls.edu email address in order to be eligible for the tickets to the Gala when purchasing the student subscription.
See what justice looks like live on stage. Visit www.longbeachopera.org/tickets for Student Subscriptions or call the box office at 562.470-7464. For more information about LBO’s season of justice, Clcik More below:
- Carothers DiSante & Freudenberger LLP, an award winning employment, labor and business immigration law firm recognized for protecting employers with workforces in California announces Serafin H. Tagarao joining their Irvine team. Tagarao brings to the firm experience in defending companies of all sizes against class action claims, Fair Labor Standards Act collective actions and Private Attorneys General Act claims. He advises employers on how to manage employment risks and contributes to federal and state compliance policies, including employer handbooks. Tagarao is a graduate of Loyola Law School, where he was the Chief Production Editor of the International and Comparative Law Review.