LL.M. Student Services Program Director
Concurrent Professor of Law
Margaret Lloyd joined the law school in 2015 as LL.M. Student Services program director. She supports the general LL.M. program and serves as primary administrative and advisory contact for LL.M. students.
Prior to joining the Law School, she practiced at the Chicago firm of Wilson & McIlvaine and the Indiana firms Galvin, Galvin & Leeney and Tuesley Hall Konopa, LLP, focusing on employee benefits, estate planning and tax litigation. Lloyd drafted estate planning and employee benefit documents and represented clients before governmental agencies, including the Internal Revenue Service and Department of Labor, to secure favorable tax treatment of her client's benefit plans and estate plans. She also served as communications and media director of the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at Notre Dame, providing experience working with international students and faculty.
Lloyd is a graduate of the University of Notre Dame, having earned degrees in history, with high honors, and law. She is licensed to practice law in Indiana. In addition to serving as LL.M. Program Director, she co-teaches LL.M. Legal Research, Writing and Analysis with research librarian Dwight King.