Indiana Tech breaking ground on law school building

, The National Law Journal

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Officials at the Indiana Institute of Technology announced on Jan. 25 that they will construct a $15 million building on the Fort Wayne campus to house a new law school.

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  • Colin Flora

    If Indiana Tech really wants to create a unique approach to law school it should offer an L.L.B program with direct admission into its J.D. program. That would have the advantage of not only allowing students to focus on law at an earlier stage but to also interact with knowledgeable persons in the legal field that can provide advice to prospective students at a valuable stage. This would allow students to consider such things as taking the requisite undergraduate classes to permit them to sit for the patent bar.

  • Colin Flora

    If Indiana Tech really wants to create a unique approach to law school it should offer an L.L.B program with direct admission into its J.D. program. That would have the advantage of not only allowing students to focus on law at an earlier stage but to also interact with knowledgeable persons in the legal field that can provide advice to prospective students at a valuable stage. This would allow students to consider such things as taking the requisite undergraduate classes to permit them to sit for the patent bar.

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