The ICLEO program was established to assist Indiana minority, low income, or educationally disadvantaged college graduates in pursuing a law degree and a career in the Indiana legal community. The program welcomes applications from people of all ages and experiences.
In addition to the eligibility requirements by statute (IC-33-24-13), to be eligible for the ICLEO program, all applicants must be college graduates by the time the Summer Institute is scheduled to begin and must have an active application on file with one of the four Indiana law schools.
In order to attend the Summer Institute if selected, an applicant must be admitted to an Indiana law school with the intention to enroll in the Fall semester immediately following the close of the Summer Institute.
People generally apply to law school before they apply to the ICLEO program. You do not have to be admitted before you apply to ICLEO, but if you are selected, you have to be accepted to an Indiana law school before you can attend the Summer Institute. In order to receive LSAT scores in time, we recommend applicants take the LSAT no later than December of the year before you will begin law classes.
See http://courts.in.gov/cleo/2402.htm for more information.