Wednesday, May 5, 2021

What I Love About Loyola

Hello Jury of Peers!

For the month of February and in the spirit of Valentine’s Day, I cannot think of a better way to express my love for Loyola than to do so in this blogpost. I could talk for hours about why this school is the perfect fit for me, but I’ll try to keep it short for my reader’s sake.

There are many things I love about Loyola Law School. However, one thing I admire most about this school is the community. Although law school is competitive in nature, at Loyola, it’s different. Here, there is an overwhelming amount of support and kindness. From alumni to the student body, there is a sense of comradery and encouragement unmatched to any institution I’ve ever enrolled in. Everyone you meet genuinely wants you to succeed, and will do everything in their power to assist you in achieving your goals.

Something that I overlooked when applying to Loyola, was its rather impressive alumni association. The southern California legal market is saturated with Loyola grads, which is a huge benefit for students when it comes to landing their summer associate positions and first jobs. I’m immensely grateful for our wonderful network of alumni, and the guidance they provide to current and prospective students.

Another thing I love about Loyola is its commitment to diversity and inclusion on campus. Each week, the administration provides students with excellent resources including keynote speakers, informational seminars, and interactive workshops on racial justice and equality. Loyola goes above and beyond in fostering a safe and inclusive environment for its students and faculty. Additionally, I’ve noticed that more and more professors are continuing the conversation on racial injustice and how it affects the law, something of great importance in the legal field.

Like I said, I could talk about my love for Loyola forever. But that’s all for this week! Thank you again for the read, and I’ll see you in my next post!

Until next time,