Loyola University Chicago School of Law Stats
The law school of Loyola University Chicago, the School of Law is a private, Jesuit institution in downtown Chicago.
By the NumbersEstablished: 1909
Number of Students: 840
Student Body Demographics:
American Indian: 1%
Number of Professors: 161
Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 15 to 1
Tuition: $36,290 full time
Number of Applicants: 4,295 fall 2009
Number of Acceptances: 1,279 fall 2009
% graduates entering different occupations 2007:
Public Interest: 5.5%
Judicial Clerks: 4.5%
Law Firms: 53%
Bar Passage Rate: 92% October 2009
25 East Pearson Street
Chicago, IL 60611
Admissions phone: (312) 915-7170
Admissions e-mail: email@example.com
Specialized programs: Health Law, Corporate Law, Child and Family Law, Litigation, Tax Law, Intellectual Property, International Law, Advocacy, Public Interest
Certificate programs: Tax Law, Advocacy, Public Interest, International Law, Health Law, ChildLaw & Family Law
Special institutes or centers: Beazley Institute for Health Law and Policy; Civitas ChildLaw Center (ChildLaw and Education Institute; ChildLaw Policy Institute; International Children's Rights Initiative); Center for Business and Corporate Governance Law; Center for Public Service Law; Dan K. Web Center for Advocacy; Institute for Consumer Antitrust Studies
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