Maurer School of Law
By the Numbers
Number of Students: 613
Student Body Demographics:
What employers are saying about Maurer School of Law
- "Students who do well here do well in the real world. It is a shame that they do not get as much of a chance."
- "Grounded; hard-working students"
- "Midwest/hard workers"
- "Solid attorneys"
- "Well prepared"
About this School
The first state university law school in the Midwest, the Indiana University School of Law-Bloomington was renamed the Maurer School of Law in December 2008 after alumnus and donor Michael Maurer. In fact, Indiana Law has made a lot of changes in the past few years: in 2008, it remodeled its first-year curriculum to include more professional skill ... Read More
In furtherance of our educational mission, we seek to admit from each year's applicants to the School of Law a diverse body of highly qualified students who are individually and collectively among the most capable and likely to succeed in and enhance ... Read More
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