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If you’re interested in being involved in the largest student organization on campus then apply to be on the board of the Public Interest Law Foundation! Click here for the application. You do not need to have been involved in … Continue reading
Public Interest Scholarship Applications for the summer are now available. Check out the Grants page for more information.
Come out to Busbys East on Friday February 24th from 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm for Loyola’s Epic Talent Throw-down. Tickets are $10 early purchase; $12 at the door. Busbys is providing food and drink specials for all attendees, so … Continue reading
Monday Feb. 20th – Friday Feb. 24th 11:00 am – 2:00 pm Participate in service activities to help our community and local organizations! Your participation also includes Lexis Reward Points each day and the opportunity to win BARBRI course discounts! … Continue reading
Need Pro Bono Hours? Want to get some advocacy experience under your belt? Come to General Relief Advocacy (GRAP) Training on 9/23 at 3pm in H70. Food will be served. What is GRAP, you ask? We volunteer in County Social … Continue reading
Come meet Congressman Henry Waxman (D-CA), get the inside scoop on what he has been up to during this session and learn from his 36 years of experience in the House of Representatives. This is a rare opportunity to hear … Continue reading
Loyola PILF has announced that the annual Auction and Casino night will take place on October 22. The theme this year is PILF Noir. Tickets will be on sale soon. Stay tuned for more information.
The Juvenile Rights Project, a new program from the Public Interest Law Foundation (PILF) of Loyola Law School, launched this past Monday and was a huge success. Several Loyola Law students volunteered, including PILF co-chair Kyle Tracy, and received training … Continue reading