In Brief -- eNewsletter of Loyola Law School volume 17, issue 36
May 14, 2018
In Brief Archives
  Alumni Profile
Alan Tippie '79
SulmeyerKupetz


  What's Happening
EVENTS CALENDAR
Activities sponsored by student groups and organizations
OFFICIAL LLS EVENTS
Academic, administrative, faculty-led and other Law School-coordinated happenings
SCHOLARSHIPS & WRITING COMPETITIONS

  What's Due & What's New
IMPORTANT DATES & DEADLINES
Scholarship, registration, financial aid and other critical submission dates

NEWS & NOTICES

  Who's Hiring
CAMPUS EMPLOYMENT
Work-study and other positions
 
JOBS
Legal jobs, field placements, private placements, entertainment placements, and pro bono opportunities.

RESEARCH ASSISTANT OPENINGS

  All-Campus Announcements

OFFICIAL LLS EVENTS

  • Congratulations Class of 2018!



  • Good Luck on Exams!

    You have worked hard to prepare for examinations.

    If you encounter an issue and you need assistance, please consult one of the many campus resources available to you.

    If you need assistance or need help with available resources, please contact the Office of Student Affairs at 213.736.8151 or via email at studentaffairs@lls.edu

COMMENCEMENT

  • Class of 2018: Want to win some Loyola Law School swag? Tag your commencement photos with #LoyolaLaw2018 or #LLS18 for the chance to a gift bag from the Marketing & Communications team! See your photos on the website at lls.edu/LoyolaLaw2018. Note: Posts must be public to be eligible.



NEWS & NOTICES

  • Italian American Lawyer Association are hosting a dinner on Wednesday, May 16. There are a limited number of complimentary tickets for Loyola students. If you are interested in attending, please contact Alice Salvo for additional information.

IMPORTANT DATES & DEADLINES

  • The Wellness Calendar for the week is available here:

SCHOLARSHIPS & WRITING COMPETITIONS

  • Click "More " below for a list of recurring writing competitions, requirements and due dates:



  • Scrofano Law PC is a premiere DUI and criminal defense law firm in Washington, DC. At Scrofano Law PC, we believe that working as a public defender is one of the highest callings in the legal profession. Too often public defenders are overworked and under resourced. They face daily insurmountable odds in the courtroom and in a system that is often rigged against their clients. To give back to the legal community and express our admiration and appreciation to those who aspire to fight for the underdog, we have created a scholarship for law students interested in pursuing a career as a public defender. Deadline: June 1

    Click More below for additional information and application instructions.



  • Fourth Amendment Topic Student Writing Competition

    $2500 cash prize (with travel to the award presentation, a plaque for the winning student’s law school, potential publication of the winning entry in the ABA Criminal Justice Section Magazine, and a year’s membership in the Criminal Justice Section included)

    Deadline for submission is July 1, 2018

    Click More below for more information:

  • The Mark Alvarado Scholarship was created to help the future generations get the education they need to survive once they enter adulthood. It’s no secret that the cost of education is always increasing and Mark Alvarado has made it his mission to take at least a small part of the burden off of one student’s shoulder each year. This scholarship is available to law/graduate students that are not in their last year of studies. Applicants will have to submit a 500-word essay in order to apply for this scholarship. Full details can be at the link below. Submission deadline is January 31, 2019. Click "MORE" below for additional information:


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