Caleb Bean is a member of the Class of 2014 at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. He is President of the Intellectual Property Association, a board member of the Tenant Assistance Project, a researcher for Profess Mark Janis, a Practice Group Advisor, and a competitor of the Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition. Caleb was a Summer Associate at Barnes & Thornburg in Indianapolis during the summer of 2012. Prior to being a summer associate, Caleb interned as an Electrical Engineer in various engineering departments of Cummins.
In May 2011, Caleb graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with minors in Management, Economics, and Mathematics. While at Purdue, Caleb was an Ambassador and Mentor within the College of Engineering, the James Burwell Memorial Resident Assistant at Cary Quadrangle, a Computer Science Teaching Assistant, and a researcher for Professor Jason V. Clark. Caleb also had one of his papers selected by his professor to compete in a student competition.
Originally from Brownstown, Indiana, Caleb graduated with honors from Brownstown Central High School in 2007. He was named an Outstanding Student of America, earned National Honor Roll distinctions, and was chosen as German Student of the Year at his local high school. Caleb also was Vice President of his school’s National Honor Society and competed on his high school’s spelling and math teams. While academically involved, Caleb also involved himself athletically by competing in tennis, basketball, and baseball. He maintained little league baseball diamonds for play and umpired little league baseball. Upon graduating high school, he began umpiring high school baseball.
Caleb is enjoying his law school experience at IU. He is excited about the opportunity to make a difference on this campus through his role on the Student Body Supreme Court.
Caleb can be contacted by email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supreme Court Position: Associate Justice
Office Hours: By Appointment