Clinical Professor of Law
Health and Human Rights Clinic
Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Lawrence W. Inlow Hall,
530 W. New York Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202-3225
Phone: (317) 274-4276
B.A. ( cum laude), Hanover College, 1984;
M.A., Indiana University, 1994;
J.D. Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis, 1987
Fran Quigley is a clinical professor of law, teaching in the Health and Human Rights Clinic.
Professor Quigley is the author of several academic journal articles on social justice and human rights and a book, Walking Together, Walking Far: How a U.S. and African Medical School Partnership Is Winning the Fight Against the HIV/AIDS Pandemic (Indiana University Press, 2009). He has also served as the executive director of ACLU of Indiana and as a staff attorney with Indiana Legal Services.
Books and Chapters
- *How Human Rights Can Build Haiti: The Lawyers, the Activists, and the Grassroots Movement (Forthcoming, Vanderbilt University Press, 2014).
- *Walking Together, Walking Far: How a U.S. and African Medical School Partnership Is Winning the Fight Against the HIV/AIDS Pandemic (Indiana University Press, 2009)
Law Review and Journal Articles
- Quigley, Torture, Impunity, and the Need for Independent Prosecutorial Oversight of the Executive Branch, Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy, Vol. 20, pp. 270-311, 2010
- Quigley, Growing Political Will From the Grassroots: How Social Movement Principles Can Reverse the Dismal Legacy of Rule of Law Interventions, Columbia Human Rights Law Review, Vol. 41, No. 1, pp. 13-66, 2009
- *Quigley, Seizing the Disorienting Moment: Adult Learning Theory and the Teaching of Social Justice in Law School Clinics (2 Clinical Law Review 37)
- "New Indianapolis Worker Justice Center to Help Empower Workers, Fight Wage Theft," Indianapolis Star Nov. 25, 2013
- "Time to Raise the Minimum Wage," Indianapolis Star, October 7, 2013.
- Judge Admits Error in Indiana Voter ID Case; Still Doesn't Have It Quite Right (NUVO, October 21, 2013)
- Will the UN Finally Take Responsibility for the Haitian Cholera Epidemic? (Indianapolis Star, October 23, 2013)
- "Service Sector Union Contracts Benefit Us All" Indianapolis Star, September 21, 2013.
- "The Caregivers' Dilemma: Home Care Workers Struggle for Rights" (NUVO, July 10, 2013.)
- "Indianapolis Janitors Want Living Wage" (Indianapolis Recorder, July 25, 2013)
- “We Are Worth More:” Butler Food Service Workers Fight for Union Contract (Indianapolis NUVO and Indianapolis Recorder, June 26, 2013).
- "Raising Indiana: Debunking the Top Five Myths about Increasing the Minimum Wage" NUVO. Co-author with Matt Lawson.
- Things Are Difficult: A Post-Earthquake Disaster in Haiti (Common Dreams)
- Hyatt Housekeeper Campaigns for Corporate Board to Include “Someone Like Me” (NUVO Newsweekly)
- Free Michael Posner: The U.S. Holds the Key to Duvalier Prosecution (Common Dreams)
- Haitian Sweatshops: Made in the USA (Working In These Times)
- Indiana Shortchanging Unemployed Workers, co-author with Lauren Sanders and Christine Owens. Indianapolis Star.
- Airport Workers Grounded by Low Wages, Limited Benefits. NUVO.
- Are Indiana Workers “Sacrificial Lambs” For Indiana’s Unemployment Fund Deficit? Working In These Times
- How Human Rights Can Save Haiti. Reuters Alternet.
- The Battle of Indianapolis: Service Sector Workers Making Gains in Hostile Environment. Working In These Times.
- “We Deserve Better”: Indianapolis Service Sector Workers Are Talking Union. NUVO
- Alumni Profile: Brian Concannon. Georgetown Law Magazine,
- Aftershocks: A Report from Haiti. Commonweal.
- Haitian Cholera Victims to UN: Practice What You Preach. Truthout.
- Will Jean-Claude Duvalier Ever Stand Trial for His Crimes Against Haiti? Reuters AlterNet.
- "Indy Workers Get Shortchanged." (Article about Health and Human Rights Clinic work on wage theft).