Our office’s close relationship with the Maurer and McKinney Schools of Law has facilitated the development of robust law fellowship and legal internship programs. Aspiring and new lawyers work with seasoned attorneys in our office to learn substantively about the practice of law in a university environment. Our legal interns and fellows receive hands-on training, experience, and mentoring that translate into meaningful post-program employment opportunities.
Our law fellow program provides invaluable legal development opportunities for new law school graduates.
In addition to handling their own projects, our law fellows have the opportunity to work directly with other attorneys in our office in handling a broad range of legal issues. Some of those issues are: academic and student affairs, athletics, contracts, copyright and intellectual property, data privacy and security, disabilities and disability-related accommodations, free speech, international programs, immigration, and labor and employment matters. Additionally, our law fellows assist in coordinating the University’s responses to subpoenas and open records requests, as well as draft responses to complaints in connection with various state and federal agencies.
You can find available fellowship positions with our office by searching the Jobs at IU website. If you have specific questions regarding our fellowship program, please contact James Nussbaum.Jobs at IU
Our Bloomington office offers two legal internship positions for current law students during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Generally, these positions are filled by students from the Maurer School of Law who are entering or are in their third year of law school.
Our Indianapolis office offers one legal internship position for current law students during the Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. Generally, this position is filled by students from the McKinney School of Law who are entering or are in their third year of law school.