Upper-division opportunities

Upper-division opportunities

Putting your skills to work

In your second and third years, you'll have the opportunity to participate in clinical and projects, seminars, and externships that put your legal writing skills to work. Every Indiana Law student takes at least two upper-division writing courses. Here are a few examples of ways to take your writing and research skills to a whole new level.

Seminars and advanced research


The Law School offers more than 30 seminars on a variety of topics, ranging from the First Amendment to federal sentencing. For a complete listing, visit the Seminars section of the school's webpage.

Advanced research

Taught by faculty from the school's Jerome Hall Law Library, this course gives you the tools you need to gain in-depth, working knowlege of legal research methods and resources, with a focus on electronic materials, including Lexis, Westlaw, and other similar tools.


Indiana Law's nine externships give you hands-on experience under the guidance of a faculty member in these fields:


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