Indiana Tech Law School is committed to creating a community of legal scholars who are passionate about the Rule of Law and justice, who represent diverse factions of society, and who serve as positive ambassadors of our school.
Why Indiana Tech Law School?
A Dynamic Curriculum
Students litigate a fictional case from start to finish in the first three semesters of law school. In the second and third years, students focus on litigation and transactional drafting in civil and criminal contexts.
An Affordable Education
The Law School’s affordable tuition, at $19,750.00 per year, makes legal education possible for students of diverse backgrounds and ensures that students graduate with the skills needed to successfully practice law.
A Thirteen-Credit, Six-Semester Legal Writing Program
The Law School’s legal writing program is among the most comprehensive in the United States, and enables students to draft many of the litigation and transactional documents that they will encounter in law practice.
A Nine-Credit, Six-Semester Academic Success and Bar Preparation Program
The Law School’s comprehensive academic success and bar preparation program prepares students for success on the bar exam and in the legal profession. The Law School’s comprehensive academic success and bar preparation program prepares students for success on the bar exam and in the legal profession, at no additional cost to the student.
Opportunities to Serve the Profession and Public
The Law School’s Supreme Court Amicus Project, Mediation Clinic, Federal Judicial Intern Practicum, and Appellate Litigation Clinic allows students to work on cutting-edge cases at the state and federal level, assist in mediating disputes between litigants in state court, and draft orders and bench memorandums for a federal court judge.
Qualifications for Admission to the Bar
In addition to a bar examination, there are character, fitness, and other qualifications for admission to the bar in every U.S. jurisdiction. Applicants are encouraged to determine the requirements for any jurisdiction in which they intend to seek admission by contacting the jurisdiction. Addresses for all relevant agencies are available through the National Conference of Bar Examiners.