The Indiana Conference for Legal Education Opportunity (CLEO) was established at the urging of then-Chief Justice Randall T. Shepard by the Indiana General Assembly. In 1997, then-Governor Frank O’Bannon signed the law giving funding to CLEO (check out the Indiana Code to read the law). CLEO’s purpose then and now is to help college students in need pursue a law degree in Indiana.... More about ICLEO »
Applications are available for the Indiana Conference for Legal Education Opportunity (ICLEO) program. The ICLEO Program is designed to assist minority, low-income, and educationally disadvantaged students pursue a law degree and legal career in Indiana. The Supreme Court established ICLEO 20 years ago to help bring diversity to the legal profession. Applications are due by February 15, 2017.
The 19th convening of the Indiana Conference for Legal Education (ICLEO) Summer Institute took place at Notre Dame Law School, June 4 - July 17, 2015.
Since the establishment of ICLEO in 1997 by then Chief Justice Randall T. Shepard, 520 students have participated in the Summer Institute which is hosted each summer by an Indiana law school.