Clinical Professor of Law
Health and Human Rights Clinic
Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law
Lawrence W. Inlow Hall,
530 W. New York Street
Indianapolis, IN 46202-3225
Phone: (317) 274-4276
B.A. ( cum laude), Hanover College, 1984;
M.A., Indiana University, 1994;
J.D. Indiana University School of Law - Indianapolis, 1987
Fran Quigley is a clinical professor of law, teaching in the Health and Human Rights Clinic.
Professor Quigley is the author of several academic journal articles on social justice and human rights and a book, Walking Together, Walking Far: How a U.S. and African Medical School Partnership Is Winning the Fight Against the HIV/AIDS Pandemic (Indiana University Press, 2009). He has also served as the executive director of ACLU of Indiana and as a staff attorney with Indiana Legal Services.
Books and Chapters
Walking Together, Walking Far: How a U.S. and African Medical School Partnership Is Winning the Fight Against the HIV/AIDS Pandemic (Indiana University Press, 2009)
Law Review and Journal Articles
Quigley, Torture, Impunity, and the Need for Independent Prosecutorial Oversight of the Executive Branch, Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy, Vol. 20, pp. 270-311, 2010
Quigley, Growing Political Will From the Grassroots: How Social Movement Principles Can Reverse the Dismal Legacy of Rule of Law Interventions, Columbia Human Rights Law Review, Vol. 41, No. 1, pp. 13-66, 2009
*Quigley, Seizing the Disorienting Moment: Adult Learning Theory and the Teaching of Social Justice in Law School Clinics (2 Clinical Law Review 37)
Hyatt Housekeeper Campaigns for Corporate Board to Include “Someone Like Me” (NUVO Newsweekly)
Things Are Difficult: A Post-Earthquake Disaster in Haiti (Common Dreams)
Haitian Sweatshops: Made in the USA (Working In These Times)
Free Michael Posner: The U.S. Holds the Key to Duvalier Prosecution (Common Dreams)
Airport Workers Grounded by Low Wages, Limited Benefits. NUVO.
Indiana Shortchanging Unemployed Workers, co-author with Lauren Sanders and Christine Owens. Indianapolis Star.
Are Indiana Workers “Sacrificial Lambs” For Indiana’s Unemployment Fund Deficit? Working In These Times
The Battle of Indianapolis: Service Sector Workers Making Gains in Hostile Environment. Working In These Times.
How Human Rights Can Save Haiti. Reuters Alternet.
“We Deserve Better”: Indianapolis Service Sector Workers Are Talking Union. NUVO
Alumni Profile: Brian Concannon. Georgetown Law Magazine,
Aftershocks: A Report from Haiti. Commonweal.
Haitian Cholera Victims to UN: Practice What You Preach. Truthout.
Will Jean-Claude Duvalier Ever Stand Trial for His Crimes Against Haiti? Reuters AlterNet.
"Indy Workers Get Shortchanged." (Article about Health and Human Rights Clinic work on wage theft).