Loyola University

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Loyola University

(loi-ō`lə), at New Orleans, La.; Jesuit; coeducational. The university was established through a merger in 1911 of the College of the Immaculate Conception (opened 1849) and Loyola College and Academy (opened 1904). The school has a seismographic observatory.
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She earned her law degree from the Loyola University School of Law in 1998.
Coblentz, born in Milwaukee and raised in Rockford, graduated from the Loyola University School of Law in 1978.
Greenspon earned her JD from Loyola University School of Law and her BA from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
James Langenfeld is a Managing Director and the Head of the Antitrust & Competition Practice at Navigant Economics, and an Adjunct Professor at Loyola University School of Law. In over 25 years as a professional economist, Dr.
Gribouski said his client was a graduate of the Bancroft School, Boston College and Loyola University School of Law, who has been practicing law in the city since 1999.
Quigley, who is a professor at Loyola University School of Law hi New Orleans and, in mid-June, was halfway through a two-year commitment heading the Center for Constitutional Rights in New York, understands the reality of being countercultural in the legal profession.
Hyde graduated from Georgetown University and the Loyola University School of Law. He served in the Illinois House from 1966 to 1974, during which time he was one of that body's most outspoken and articulate debaters, rising to majority leader.
Equally skilled in the judicial courts and the court of public opinion, the Loyola University School of Law graduate was sworn in as a lawyer in 1963 and spent the following three years as a Los Angeles prosecutor.
All my childhood, I planned to be an attorney," said Chandler, who earned her Juris Doctorate from the Loyola University School of Law in New Orleans.