Legal research and writing program
“Writing — the art of communicating thoughts to the mind, through the eye — is the great invention of the world.”
Abraham Lincoln acknowledged the importance of writing in the legal profession when he spoke these words in 1859. And they’re more true than ever today. That’s why you should look closely at law schools’ legal writing programs when weighing your options.
At Indiana Law, our team of four legal writing professors combines a quarter-century of trial, appellate, corporate, and clerkship experience to help you develop the writing skills that your career requires. Read on to find out how.
"Professional-level writing skills"
Ji Won Park, '19, says legal writing experience made her less intimidated by her first real world legal experienceRead about her experience
The fall semester
From client file to professional analysis
The spring semester
May it please the Court
A different kind of program
Indiana Law's program stands out