Center for Law, Society & Culture
The fundamental mission of the Center for Law, Society & Culture is to promote and disseminate a multidisciplinary understanding of law through scholarship, teaching, and discussion. The Center produces, presents, and coordinates research conducted by exceptional scholars in schools and departments across Indiana University on the subject of law and legal problems. The Center also oversees two innovative programs for students at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law: the Access to Justice service learning program and the Bradley Fellows in Criminal Law and Procedure.
At the intersection of three important disciplines
Workshops and colloquia
Unless indicated otherwise, all events are held in the Baier Hall Faculty Conference Room (335).
Spend your sabbatical or research leave at the Center
Apply to serve as a scholar-in-residence