Lauren Kay Robel (b. 1953) became Indiana University School of Law’s fifteenth Dean, and first female Dean, in 2002. Born in Omaha, Nebraska, Robel received her B.A. from Auburn University (1978) and her JD from Indiana University-Bloomington (1983). She served as a law clerk for Judge Jessie Eschbach of the U. S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit from 1983 until 1985, at which point she joined the faculty of the Indiana University School of Law. She served as Associate Dean from 1991 until 2002, and Acting Dean in 2002. Robel was appointed Interim Provost of the Bloomington campus in December of 2011 and named Provost and Executive Vice President in July 2012.

Listed below are some of Dean Robel's writings. For a complete list of Lauren Robel's writings click here. Also listed below are writings about Lauren Kay Robel, along with miscellaneous materials related to Robel.

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Writings by Dean Lauren Robel

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A Lawyer's Calling, Lauren K. Robel

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A Message from the Dean, Lauren K. Robel

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From the Dean, Lauren K. Robel

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Advancing with a Clear Vision, Lauren K. Robel

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Opening Our Classrooms Effectively to Foreign Graduate Students, Lauren K. Robel

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Every Name Has a Place, Lauren K. Robel

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From the Dean, Lauren K. Robel

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2007-08 Marked by Historic Gifts, Lauren K. Robel

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The Power and Promise of Transformative Philanthropy, Lauren K. Robel

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Dear Alumni and Friends:, Lauren K. Robel