The call to ignite a brighter world is deep in our DNA. LMU’s Jesuit and Marymount traditions compel us to promote human dignity, justice, and a sustainable future. Our graduates lead with purpose, strengthen relationships, and advocate for ethical policies that support thriving communities.
Promoting Social Justice
For Yurie Blons, J.D. ’23, the life-changing work of immigrant justice is personal. Formerly undocumented herself, she takes a people-centric approach as a future lawyer, fighting for the rights of refugees, asylum seekers and DACA recipients.
LMU’s Pam Rector Center for Service and Action offers volunteer opportunities serving those disadvantaged or oppressed.
LMU’s Loyola Project for the Innocent, the only clinic of its kind in L.A. County, pursues justice for the wrongfully incarcerated.
Alumni reclaim lives, land, and community through environmental stewardship at ALMA Backyard Farms.
Activist and LMU alumnus George Fatheree III, J.D. ‘07, used his legal expertise to preserve the archives of Ebony and Jet magazines.
Growing in Solidarity through Travel
Ignacio Companions immersion trips explore the intersection of faith and justice with Campus Ministry.
Marketing professor Madhu Viswanathan received a lifetime achievement award for his transformative marketplace literacy work.