Current students must register through the Recorder’s Office, which also oversees student files.
Student Services Assistant
Phone: (812) 855-4809
E-mail: lawosa [at] indiana [dot] edu
Phone: (812) 855-1888
E-mail: adlanham [at] indiana [dot] edu
First-year law students take The Legal Profession, a new course on the economics and values of the profession. This course was inspired by the 2007 Carnegie report, one of the most important studies on legal education in decades, and is part of Indiana Law’s innovative curriculum.
"This new approach to professional responsibility blends the insights of sociology and economics to shed light on the concrete aspects of being a lawyer,” says Professor William Henderson, who co-authored the textbook for the course.
A student who has received a bachelor’s degree from an approved college or university will be granted the degree of Doctor of Jurisprudence (JD) upon completion of Indiana Law’s degree requirements. The following must be completed in exactly three years (six semesters) of full-time resident study or their equivalent, unless special permission for a longer term of study is obtained.
Graduation requirements include:
Enhance your degree by choosing an area of focus in which you’ll take targeted classes in your interest area and learn from professors who are experts in the field.
Our students can take part in more than 30 student organizations, as well as participate in centers, legal journals, clinics, practicums, internships, and externships. Our study abroad programs allow students to earn credit while getting a taste of another country’s legal system. Learn more about opportunities for Indiana Law students.