Loyola University Chicago School of Law's curricular focus is on practical skills and bar preparation, and is relatively light on theory. Joint degree programs in social work, political science and business are available through Loyola University's other schools. According to Vault's Buzz Book survey, competition for jobs in the law student-saturated Chicago market can be intense, but Loyola Law's alumni network has strong ties to area litigators and advocates. In addition, Loyola Law's campus is just three blocks from Michigan Avenue and provides students with ample opportunity to cut loose after class. Loyola University also recently opened a block of graduate school housing, giving law students the option of living on campus.
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