Thirty students, including Christopher William Kimbrough of Georgia, are participating in the Indiana Conference for Legal Education Opportunity (ICLEO) Summer Institute in Indianapolis, Indiana.
ICLEO is a program designed to assist Indiana minority, low income or educationally disadvantaged college graduates in pursuing a law degree and a career in the Indiana legal community.
Christopher William Kimbrough is the son of William and Beverly Kimbrough of Georgia.
In 2006, he graduated from Georgia Southern University with honors and a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science/Pre-Law and a minor in Philosophy. In 2008, he received his Master of Business Administration degree in General Business from GSU. Kimbrough hopes to become a defense attorney and one day serve as a U.S. Supreme Court Justice. He will attend Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis in the fall.
He said the ICLEO Summer Institute is important because, “It is arming us with the tools that we need to be successful in law school, providing networking opportunities and showing us the dichotomy between doing public interest law and private practice.”