Law School Spotlight: Indiana University Maurer School of Law

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    Indiana University Maurer School of Law (also known as IU Law or Indiana Law) is today's Law School Spotlight. From LSAC's Official Guide to ABA-Approved Law Schools:

    The Indiana University Maurer School of Law—Bloomington provides the highest quality legal education in a relaxed, collegial setting. Founded in 1842, the law school is located on the beautifully wooded campus of one of the nation's largest teaching and research universities. The presence of the university, including the world-famous Jacobs School of Music, offers students cultural opportunities available in few urban areas, while retaining the advantages of a small university town. With a student body of fewer than 675 students, drawn from more than 200 undergraduate schools in the United States and abroad, the law school is small enough to retain its distinctive sense of community and collegiality, while large enough to facilitate a stimulating, cosmopolitan environment. The school is a charter member of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) and is approved by the American Bar Association (ABA).

    Type of school: Public

    Setting: Urban, small city

    Size: 692 (2011)

    Incoming class size: 240 (2011)

    Student-to-faculty ratio: 10.3 to 1

    Acceptance percentage: 33.6% (925 of 2,751 admitted)

    Tuition and fees:
     $45,602 Indiana non-resident, $28,130 Indiana resident 

    Cost of living (single student): $22,882 (single student living off-campus)

    Address: 211 S. Indiana Avenue,Bloomington, IN 47405-7001 
    Phone: 812.855.4765
    Email: lawadmis@indiana.edu
    Website: www.law.indiana.edu
    Twitter account: @IUMaurerLaw
    Facebook: Indiana University - Maurer School of Law

    All information (except for social networking and blog information) was gathered from the school's profile on the Law School Admission Council's http://officialguide.lsac.org. For more information, and to see the school's profile, click here. Please consult the school's website and Office of Admissions with questions regarding this information. 

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