To access your LLS email account
The Law School’s e-mail system is utilized to publish official notices and inform students of Law School-related issues.
Officialnotice@lists.lls.edu is utilized to publish official notices and inform students of Law School-related issues. Students are required to access and read messages at least once a week but are strongly urged to do so on a daily basis. Official notices published through the official notice e-mail list will be considered to have been transmitted to all students. Students will not be able to unsubscribe from this list.
Events@lists.lls.edu is utilized for events, programming notices, and announcements. Departments, recognized student organizations, student bar associations, and local bar associations will be permitted to send messages on this list. Messages on this list should not be of an official nature but be Law School-related, promoting events, programs, functions, or announcements which are planned by the various authors. All messages are reviewed before sending.
Students are responsible for maintaining valid contact information (e.g., phone number, address). Students may update contact information in PROWL at https://prowl.lls.edu .
In addition to the moderated list, official notices may be conveyed through In Brief, an electronic newsletter of Loyola Law School. It is published at https://inbrief.lls.edu .
Headnotes meetings, at which important administrative information will be discussed, will also be held for first year day and evening students, and second year evening students. Students will be required to attend mandatory Headnotes meetings and will be accountable for all information disseminated.
Assistance with Email
Students seeking assistance on e-mail usage should contact the Computer Resource Center. The phone number is (213) 736-1426 and the e-mail address is firstname.lastname@example.org . Information handouts are also available from the Computer Lab.
Email and Network Access after Graduation
In keeping with the Law School’s practice to date, e-mail accounts, video conferencing accounts, network accounts, and network access (excluding LEXISNEXIS, Westlaw, and Bloomberg) will be continued for 2 years from the graduating student’s degree conferral date. (Printing privileges in the Computer Resource Center are not included as all students pay a fee each semester for such usage.)
After the 2 years have passed, alums may sign up for email forwarding through the Alumni department.