American Civil Liberties Union

Loyola's ACLU Campus Club is a student directed organization founded to promote dialogue and awareness of current civil liberties issues in coordination with the ACLU of Southern California, including: the freedoms of speech, association and religion; freedom of the press, and the right to privacy; the right to equal protection of the laws and to due process of law; and to support Loyola students in their pursuit of civil rights careers.

To accomplish those goals, the ACLU of Loyola Law School hosts various events on-campus and various off-campus activities related directly to civil liberties and the goals of the ACLU. The organization also co-hosts events with other on-campus organizations that advocate the same ideals as the ACLU.


Student Affairs Contact Information

Student Affairs
Office Hours

M-Th: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.

F: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Contact Information

Founders Hall 105

Loyola Law School

919 Albany St.

Los Angeles, CA 90015