Indiana University Maurer School of Law Information Table
With nearly 700 students from 200 undergraduate schools in the United States and abroad, we are a national leader in the study of the global legal profession. Maurer offers courses in every area of U.S. law as well as joint degree programs, an innovative first-year experience that helps you chart your future, and real-world opportunities that put your emerging legal skills to the test. Today’s lawyers are expected to provide civic and political leadership and to devote time to the public interest. The Indiana University Maurer School of Law program prepares students for legal careers by emphasizing the development of reasoning ability and interpersonal, verbal, and writing skills. Students also have the opportunity to partake in real-world experiences through clinics, externships, and internships; study abroad; pursue a joint degree; or choose a special area of focus. No matter which JD path you choose at Indiana Law, you and your classmates will prepare for the future in a collaborative, collegial environment.