Indiana Tech Law School: Preparing Students For Success in Law, Leadership, and Life

21 Pages Posted: 3 Jun 2013

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Peter C. Alexander

UALR-Bowen School of Law; UNT-Dallas College of Law

Date Written: April 11, 2013


This essay describes the history, mission and purpose of the newest law school to open in the United States: Indiana Tech Law School. In the fall of 2013, the school welcomes its first class and the faculty, staff, and students are all committed to tackling many of the bigger issues facing legal education. The entire Indiana Tech community considers it a core value to provide to our students an affordable private law school education while focusing on legal theory and history as well as the practical application of lawyering skills. In addition, the institution will place aen emphasis on ethics and professionalism, requiring students to complete three courses in that area of the curriculum. Hopefully, this short piece can serve as a blueprint for schools trying to identify how best to prepare the next generation of law students in a changing professional world.

Keywords: legal education, ethics, professionalism, skills

Suggested Citation

Alexander, Peter C., Indiana Tech Law School: Preparing Students For Success in Law, Leadership, and Life (April 11, 2013). Available at SSRN: or

Peter C. Alexander (Contact Author)

UALR-Bowen School of Law ( email )

1201 McMath Street
Little Rock, AR 72202
United States
501-324-9965 (Phone)


UNT-Dallas College of Law ( email )

7300 University Hills Blvd.
Dallas, TX 75241
United States
214-752-8649 (Phone)

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