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Impact Stories


Gary Dordick, with family, celebrates the LMU Loyola Law School graduation of his wife Nava, J.D. ’23.
Major Gifts

Dordick Family Gift is a Commitment to the Community

Generous $8M gift from Gary and Nava Dordick, J.D. ’23, will establish the LMU Loyola Law School Dordick Family Trial Advocacy Fund.

LMU Vice President for Mission and Ministry John Sebastian presents a graduate of LMU’s Center for Religion and Spirituality with her certificate.

Center for Religion and Spirituality Supports Our Mission

Mission and Ministry VP John Sebastian discusses mutually supportive relationship between LMU, the Catholic Church

Celebrating Tony Coelho’s 80th birthday (L to R): LLS Dean Michael Waterstone, Tony Coehlo '64, LMU President Timothy Law Snyder, Ph.D., and The Coelho Center Director Katherine Pérez

Coelho Center Focuses on Disability Rights Advocacy

Tony Coelho ’64, primary author of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), creates center for policy and innovation.