Law School Clinic
The law clinics at McKinney allow you to take the theory that you learn in the classroom and apply it to real cases, for real people.
As a student in the law clinics, you’ll provide legal counsel to those who can’t afford it. You’ll help families keep their homes, parents maintain custody of their children, and immigrants hold onto their place in the United States.
You’ll help overturn wrongful convictions, obtain disability benefits for those who desperately need them, and ensure indigent clients get adequate representation during the appeals process.
And you’ll get academic credit for doing it.
Join the more than 2,261 students who have made a difference in the lives of over 4,858 clients. When you do, you’ll gain valuable experience that’s sure to help you get ahead in the workplace after graduation.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: The Law Clinics at Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law work on Civil, Disability and Criminal cases on a referral basis. Civil and Disability cases are referred from Indiana Legal Services, Inc. Criminal cases are referred from the Marion County Public Defender Agency. Cases are not accepted directly at the Law Clinic office.
(Cases are not accepted directly at the Law Clinic office. The Law Clinic assists Indiana Legal Services, Inc., with their Civil and Disability cases and they assist the Marion County Public Defender Agency with Criminal cases.)
The organizations listed below may be able to help individuals seeking legal assistance in the state of Indiana.