Courts in the Classroom
Supreme Court of Indiana
Division of State Court Administration
30 S. Meridian Street, Ste 500
Indianapolis, IN 46204

Sarah Kidwell
Outreach Coordinator

Pho: 317.234.3055


Outstanding Public
History Project Award
from the National Council
on Public History

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Courts in the Classroom > Field Trip Opportunities Field Trip Opportunities

In an effort to educate students about the history and function of Indiana's courts, the Indiana Supreme Court provides several opportunities. Contact Sarah Kidwell at to learn about these events.

Emens Auditorium at Ball State University Join us for an Oral Argument in Delaware County

Typically, the Court holds about 60 oral arguments at the State House in Indianapolis each year. Occasionally, it schedules arguments outside the capital to allow the press and public in other areas of the state an opportunity to attend an argument. The next traveling oral argument will take place in Muncie in October 2016. Learn More »


Constitution & Citizenship Day Participate in Constitution Day

This program commemorates the anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787 with content that varies each year. For 2016, trial court judges are encouraged to visit schools in their community using resources from the National Center for State Courts. Learn More »


Constitution & Citizenship Day Take a State House Tour

Indiana's Statehouse, a building of outstanding architectural beauty, has served as a center of civic life in Indiana since 1888. Plan your visit, read about the history of the building, or schedule a tour. Learn More »


Constitution & Citizenship Day Visit the Supreme Court for Oral Arguments

Public Supreme Court proceedings are called "oral arguments," which provide the Justices with the opportunity to ask attorneys questions about the cases. Members of the public may attend Supreme Court oral arguments, and seats are provided on a first come, first served basis. Learn More »