Indiana University’s Maurer School of Law is partnering with Chapman and Cutler LLP in Chicago on a talent development program. The partnership involves hands-on training and work experience, law school admission and full-time employment consideration for selected students.
The program begins with a four-week "boot camp" led by Chapman attorneys and IU law representatives. It will cover topics including business organizations, financing structures, applied legal technology and negotiations. Students who complete the Finance Law Development Program can then apply to the IU Maurer School of Law as well as financial aid and scholarship opportunities. Chapman will also offer interest-free loans to each fellow, which will be forgiven if the fellow rejoins the firm for a two-year minimum after graduation.
Chapman says it will conduct interviews on campus for the program on Monday, October 5.