Indiana Law students can work on constitutional reform efforts through our Center for Constitutional Democracy.
From charting the future of the legal profession in a global society to helping bring order to countries struggling for constitutional democracy, Indiana Law is one of the nation's leading research institutions. Indiana Law students have the opportunity to gain in-depth research experience and attend talks, conferences, and seminars that bring scholarship into the classroom.
Indiana Law is deeply connected to a university-wide emphasis on internationalization and globalization through our work with the following centers, each of which is headed by a faculty member:
Students can participate in each of these centers in a variety of ways, including events, conferences, research assignments, classroom seminars, and journal work.