Externships, fellowships, and internships

An important part of the career exploration process is taking part in experiential opportunities that will help you determine how your values, interests, personality, and skills best fit into the legal profession. By pursuing an externship, fellowship, or internship, you can test-drive a particular legal career, gain valuable work experience, and build a professional track record.


An externship gives you the opportunity to gain experience in a practical setting during the academic semester. Indiana Law offers several externships that also offer academic credit. Learn more about externships.


A merit-based fellowship can assist you if you're interested in pursuing specific research paths and can support the acquisition of an advanced degree. Learn more about fellowships.

For questions or assistance, contact:

Career Services Office
Phone: (812) 855-0258