Indiana Law's LRAP program provides up to $4,000 in grant assistance to help students pay for their bar review course, their bar application expenses, and their living expenses while preparing for the bar. These are expenses for which federal education loans cannot be obtained.
These grants are intended to assist graduates who have demonstrated a commitment to public interest careers through their actions and behavior while in law school and who then decide to work in public interest or governmental qualifying positions after graduation.
In addition to the LRAP program, there is a special summer fellowship program and a Legal Services Office Fellowship ($4,000 available to second- and third-year students working at Legal Services), which continues to reflect Indiana Law's commitment to support students with public interest aspirations.
The relatively new Federal Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program allows public interest minded graduates to choose a loan repayment plan which lowers their monthly student loan payment and provides them with potential loan forgiveness within as little as 10 years of obtaining full-time employment in the public or not-for-profit sector.
For more information, contact Prof. Aviva Orenstein, Dean of Students (firstname.lastname@example.org).