Students at the Maurer School of Law can specialize in one of 13 areas ranging from litigation to property law, to information, communications and privacy law. The school also has eight formal joint degree programs, including a newly introduced three,year accelerated JD/MBA with the Kelley School of Business. The core curriculum is standard law school fare, and in Vault's survey, students recommend participation in one of the school's three journals. Indiana Law grads are a hot commodity locally, and the school has a strong alumni network that stretches across the Midwest (62 percent of graduates take jobs outside of the state). Indiana Law works to make its students feel like a part the university as a whole--they have the option of living on campus, and most socializing revolves around Indiana University sports and student organizations.
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