Well-known trial attorney Mark McNabola attended the Loyola Academy Bar Association Luncheon on Friday, June 2.
McNabola, a 1977 graduate of the high school, is part of the Loyola Academy Bar Association’s Steer Committee.
The event was held at the University Club of Chicago.
“We are so lucky to have the support and commitment of alumni like Mark McNabola, Class of 1977,” said Loyola Academy Executive Vice President Dennis Stonequist. “As a steering committee member of the Loyola Academy Bar Association, he has been a pioneer and this lunch was a highlight in our very young and impressive history. Mark has always been a supportive alum whether it be for golf outings, reunions, or other events. His support truly does make a difference and we continue to be thankful for his commitment and leadership.”
The featured speaker at the event was Neal Katyal, a 1987 Loyola graduate who is a lawyer and partner at Hogan Lovells, as well as Paul and Patricia Saunders Professor of National Security Law at Georgetown University Law Center.