An Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law professor will receive the IUPUI Chancellor’s Faculty Award for Excellence in Civic Engagement. Lahny Silva will accept the award at the Chancellor’s Academic Honors Convocation in April.
Web Exclusive: ‘Logic games’ section of LSAT to be removed beginning August 2024
According to the Law School Admission Council, the Analytical Reasoning portion of the exam, commonly known as “logic games,” will be replaced with a second Logical Reasoning section effective August 2024.Read More
Web Exclusive: Paralegals, legal assistants pursue higher ed while serving law firms
Whether three or 30 years have passed since the last time they’ve received a formal education, several paralegals and legal assistants across the state have returned to, or recently graduated from, college while also working full-time. These women have sacrificed much over the last few months and years, but all say they feel the investment they’re putting into themselves is well worth the effort.Read More
Karen Bravo to become first person of color, second woman to lead IU McKinney
Following a nine-month search that brought hundreds of applications, the best person to lead Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law was found to be someone who was already a member of its family. Karen Bravo, vice dean and director of the master of jurisprudence degree program, has been tapped to be IU McKinney’s new dean starting July 1.Read More
Indiana legal professionals are invited to volunteer as judges in the Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis Mock Trial Invitational next month.
Trustees at Indiana and Purdue universities were voting Friday to revamp a 52-year relationship that is IUPUI and rebrand the urban campus as Indiana University Indianapolis, a move intended to end confusion and drive growth in enrollment, research and prestige.
Members of the Indiana legal community are encouraged to serve as judges for the Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis Mock Trial Team invitational next month.
An Indianapolis college student suspended for an act of sexual misconduct has lost his bid to stop the two-year suspension from taking effect. The ruling also implicates the student’s immigration status.
After proposing her idea for an attorney-based pregnancy loss support group with the Indianapolis Bar Association, attorney DawnMarie White was given an emphatic “yes” to put it together.
Volunteers are being sought from the Indiana legal community to serve as judges at the Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis Mock Trial Team invitational next month.
Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law has chosen one of its own, vice dean and professor Karen Bravo, to replace outgoing dean Andrew Klein. The school announced its choice at the end of a nationwide search in a letter to faculty and staff today.
Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis’ mock trial team is seeking volunteers to serve as judges at a mock trial invitational next month.
A former college volleyball coach from Indianapolis has been sentenced to probation after pleading guilty to possessing sexually explicit images and videos of young girls. A Marion County judge recently sentenced Steven Payne to four years of probation and barred him from having internet access at home or work.
Two Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law deans have taken on new roles at the law school and at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis. Assistant dean of student affairs Johnny Pryor and assistant dean of professional development Chasity Thompson both stepped into new positions this week.