Loyola Law School's Evening Division Program is one of the largest, most highly regarded part-time programs of legal education in the United States. It is geared toward students who either work full-time or who find the evening program more conducive to their schedules or lifestyles. To maintain consistency with the Day Division Program all required classes are taught by Loyola's full time faculty and Loyola attracts members of the federal and state judiciary and some of the finest local experts in specialized areas of the law to teach elective courses in the evening. Evening students, like day students, have the opportunity to participate in the various extracurricular activities on student organizations on campus including writing onto one of the prestigious law reviews. Alumni of the Evening Division are among the most successful and prominent members of the legal profession - ascending to high ranks in business, government and the judiciary. The Evening Program can be completed in 3.5-4 years, including at least two summer sessions.