Three for Three

Three Questions for Three Loyola Alumni Who Are Dedicated to Pro Bono Work

February 20, 2013

1) What was the determining factor in your decision to attend Loyola in pursuit of your law degree?

When I considered law schools, what I was looking for was an opportunity to have a practical experience and training. Looking at the different opportunities, it became clear to me that Loyola not only had a number of very fine trial lawyers who were graduates but also created opportunities for its students to go work at the superior court and in the district attorney’s office, which I really thought were going to compel me to go into trial work. And that is what I have done.

Reprinted from the 2013 Loyola Lawyer and is published with permission from Loyola Law School.

Michael A. Geibelson

Partner

Managing Partner, Los Angeles and Silicon Valley Offices

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