There is a large misconception that pursing public service is a “backup plan” for students who do not end up at law firms. That could not be further from the truth.
Starting law school can be challenging, but it is safe to say that beginning law school as a person with a disability in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic was one of the greatest challenges I have faced so far in my life.
Researchers are already indicating that turnout among young voters was historic — the second highest midterm turnout in nearly three decades.
Because we are one week into National Hispanic Heritage Month, now is a great time to celebrate the history, culture and contributions of the Latinx community, especially here at IU Maurer.
Indiana University Maurer School of Law student Kat Bingaman shares her experiences with the ICLEO program.