A commitment to public service is central to the legal profession and to Indiana Law’s educational mission. Our students, staff, and faculty are deeply involved in providing legal services to underrepresented groups and to meeting the needs of public-sector and public-interest organizations.
The Community Legal Clinic provides free legal assistance to limited income residents of Monroe County, Indiana, on a range of family law issues, such as divorce, paternity, and adoption.
The Conservation Law Clinic provides legal services to nonprofit organizations and units of government in support of natural resource conservation.
The Disability Law Clinic provides free legal assistance to low-income residents of Monroe County, Indiana, on disability law issues.
The Elmore Entrepreneurship Law Clinic provides legal assistance to entrepreneurs who otherwise might not be able to afford it so that the businesses become operational and sustainable.
Volunteers for the Inmate Legal Assistance Project travel to the federal prison in Terre Haute to meet directly with inmates and assist them on a variety of legal issues.
Outreach for Legal Literacy sends law students into area elementary schools to teach fifth-graders about the law.
The Protective Order Project helps victims of domestic abuse obtain civil protective orders from the court with the ultimate goal of preventing further abuse.
The Tenant Assistance Project provides legal help to tenants facing immediate threat of eviction.
The Viola J. Taliaferro Family and Children Mediation Clinic provides mediation services at no cost to limited income families.