Indiana is implementing a uniform statewide case management system called Odyssey, which provides free access to court information at mycase.IN.gov.
To get case information not yet available in Odyssey, contact the county clerk directly.
Indiana State Board of Law Examiners
30 S Meridian St., Suite 875
Indianapolis, IN 46204
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Current law school students may be eligible to become a certified legal intern. Admission and Discipline Rule 2.1(2.a) sets forth the requirements for being a student legal intern. All student internships end with graduation from law school or before.
Law school graduates may be eligible to become a certified Graduate Legal Intern. As with student legal interns, Admission and Discipline Rule 2.1 governs the Graduate Legal Intern program. A law school graduate may serve as a legal intern from the date of graduation until the graduate has taken and has been notified of the results of the first examination for which the graduate is eligible under Admission and Discipline Rule 13, or if successful on that examination until the first opportunity thereafter for formal admission to the Bar of Indiana. If unsuccessful on the exam, the internship ends upon receipt of results.
Appellate Courts and offices are open Monday - Friday, 8:30am to 4:30pm.
To find out when your local court is open, see Information by County.
Good Friday, APR 18, 2014
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