Indiana Tax Court
115 W. Washington Street
Suite 960S
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Court Administrator
Karyn Graves

Pho: 317.232.4694

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Clerk of the Appellate Courts
200 W. Washington St.
216 State House
Indianapolis, IN 46204

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Indiana Tax Court > Tax Court Clerkships Tax Court Clerkships

Indiana Tax Court Clerkships

The Indiana Tax Court hires law clerks to work directly with the Judge of the Court.  The law clerk is expected to do research, write memoranda, review draft orders and opinions, and assist in preparing preliminary draft opinions.  Law clerks will work individually, as a team with fellow clerks, and directly with the Judge.  The Tax Court hears certain cases as a trial court so clerks are expected to assist in the administration of the courtroom procedure, write bench memos, research procedural issues, and understand the Rules of Evidence.  In addition, the law clerk will be involved in the rich history and traditions of the Tax Court as well as the full Indiana Judicial system and will participate in challenging discussions of contemporary law and events that make up the fabric of our legal system.

Salary & Benefits.  The law clerk will receive an annual salary of approximately $57,000.  The law clerk will receive benefits similar to all state employees.  Upon mutual agreement, a clerk may be retained for a second year. 

Applications.  Applications for the judicial clerkship should include the following:

  1. Cover letter;
  2. Resume;
  3. Official law school transcript of grades achieved plus information about  class standing, if available;
  4. List of any relevant scholarly writing (do not include writing samples);
  5. One letter of recommendation from a law school faculty member with whom  you studied or one letter of recommendation from a clerkship committee, or  both (any other letters of recommendation should not be included with the  application, but may be sent under separate cover); and
  6. Statement regarding your availability for a personal interview in Indianapolis.

Anticipated Openings.  Not taking applications at this time. 

Method of Submission.  U.S. Mail or electronically to

Judge Martha Blood Wentworth
Indiana Tax Court
PNC, South Tower
115 West Washington Street, Suite 960
 Indianapolis, IN 46204
(317) 232-4694