IU McKinney Expands Law Scholars Program

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INDIANAPOLIS -

All five Indiana University regional campuses are now part of an agreement with the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law at IUPUI. The Indiana University Regional Law Scholars Program includes scholarship, experiential learning and paid research assistant opportunities.

Nine schools have reached similar agreements. They are: Marian University, Wabash College, Bradley University, Franklin College, the University of Southern Indiana, DePauw University, Albion College, Anderson University, and Butler University.

The first group is set to begin law school this fall and applications are due by March 1.

Applications are open to alumni and current students of IU Northwest, IU South Bend, IU Kokomo, IU East and IU Southeast.

Dean Andrew Klein says "I am very excited to collaborate in this way with the IU family. Our new program presents a wonderful opportunity for top undergraduate students and alumni from IU's regional campuses to gain a world-class legal education while living in Indiana's capital city."

You can connect to additional details, requirements and qualifications related to the program by clicking here.

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