Law and Public Policy
Do you want to know how the law works and how you can use it to solve difficult problems? Check out the new major and minor in Law and Public Policy. It’s ideal if you’re considering a career that tackles issues such as tax and health care policy, social justice, cyber security or intellectual property rights.
You’ll explore how legal institutions and their leaders shape public policy, and you’ll learn how to use the law to accomplish your goals, whether you work for a government agency, a nonprofit or a business.
The classes are taught by top-notch faculty from across the Indiana University campus. This is the only opportunity you’ll have as an undergraduate to learn from the stellar faculty at IU’s Maurer School of Law.
Meet the faculty:
Go here for more information on faculty.
Exceptional students get exceptional opportunities:
|Washington Leadership Program
The IU in DC Washington Leadership Program immerses you in politics, policy, public affairs and more. Make key career contacts and hone your professional skills.
Join this SPEA-sponsored group that simulates the United Nations and put your policy knowledge to the test at competitions and camps.
Master valuable speaking, policy and presentation skills while representing the Hoosiers on the SPEA-sponsored IU Debate Team.
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The choices may include: Public Law and the Courts; Data, the Law, and Public Policy; Legal History and Public Policy; Law and Public Affairs; Contemporary Issues in Public Affairs; Public Law and the Legislative Process.
If you’re not sure what to take or how it will fit into your academic and career plans, our faculty and our advisors have the answers.
|Prof. Andrea Need by email
|SPEA Undergraduate Programs
SPEA Room 240