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Indiana Law students talk about clinics and student organizations in this video.
Find out what’s going on at Indiana Law every week during the school year by reading the Indiana Law Annotated newsletter.
As an Indiana Law student, you will have the opportunity to participate in competitions and clinics, listen to speakers from across the globe, study abroad, and gain valuable legal experience through our centers, projects, and journals. With more than 30 student organizations, Indiana Law offers you numerous opportunities to get involved, explore new areas of law, contribute to the Indiana Law community and larger communities, and make friends.
Here are some of the other ways you can gain experience and get involved outside the classroom:
Indiana Law students can enter moot court and trial competitions or submit articles to writing competitions outside of the School.
Many of our clinic programs and all of our study abroad programs are for credit. Clinics take place over the course of one semester and involve a combination of classroom and field experience. Study abroad experiences take place over a summer or semester.
Our students are encouraged to take part in centers, projects, and student-run law journals. While you will not earn credit for participation in many of these activities, the experience will be invaluable to your future as a practicing attorney.