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February 14, 2016

Journalist Law School fellowship at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles


Journalist Law School fellowship at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles

The Civil Justice Program at Loyola Law School, Los Angeles will host its 11th-annual Journalist Law School from Wednesday, June 8-Saturday, June 11, 2016 on Loyola’s Frank Gehry-designed campus in downtown Los Angeles. The application and other details are available at www.journalistlawschool.org.

Since 2006, Loyola Law School, Los Angeleshas offered journalists a summer crash-course in the law. The fellowship condenses core law-school subjects like Constitutional Law and Criminal Law along with break-out topics ripped from the headlines into a long weekend filled with courses taught by Loyola Law School faculty, practicing attorneys and judges. Recent sessions have included Demands for Public Company Spending Disclosures, Drone Strikes & Targeted Killing, Supervising the Police and Understanding the Supreme Court.

Journalist fellows are competitively selected. Journalists with at least three years of experience who cover the law in some fashion are encouraged to apply by Wednesday, Feb. 24. 

There is no cost to journalists to attend the fellowship. Instruction, lodging and most meals are included. And the Journalist Law School will cover half of travel expenses up to $300. Fellows will be housed at the nearby Millennium Biltmore Hotel Los Angeles.

Questions? Please contact 
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Brian Costello, Esq.
Assistant Director, Marketing & Communications
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles
213.736.1444 (o) | 310-902-9560 (c)
 

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