Indiana University Maurer School of Law

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Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Student facts

Each year 50 to 70 talented students join us from more than 20 countries around the world. They come to us while at various stages of their lives, education and careers and range in age from 20s to their 60s. Many students arrive with their families and they all quickly become a part of our Indiana Law family. Our graduates might stay to sit for a US Bar exam, return to their home country to practice law in their area of specialization, return to work to improve their company’s legal department, as a professor to share our legal education with countless others, or even work in government to develop their country’s constitution and shape the future.

International students

This year the largest number of LL.M. students come from Thailand and South Korea.

Study location

Bloomington, Indiana, is about an one-hour drive south from Indianapolis, the capital city of Indiana. Indiana is located in the „Midwest“ region of the United States and is considered one of the „Great Lakes“ states because it is bordered by Lake Michigan.


Both on-campus and off-campus housing are available. For on-campus housing, please visit Indiana University’s Residential Programs and Services website.

Club & Society

There are a total of 33 student organizations at the law school, and LL.M. students may join any of them. LL.M. students may also be involved in the International Students Association or Student Ambassadors Program.

Leisure activities

Students have access to student recreation facilities, including pool, basketball, tennis courts, workout rooms, sports classes, etc.

Many students enjoy hiking in the woods nearby, going to free music performances, cinema, or museums on campus, eating and drinking in the many restaurants and bars in town, and traveling to nearby cities, such as Chicago, Louisville, and Indianapolis.

Support for parents/disabled

Students with disabilities
It is the policy of Indiana University to provide reasonable, effective accommodations or academic modifications, when necessary, to qualified individuals with disabilities. For more information, please see Disability Services for Students.  

Students with children
Indiana University provides on-campus housing for students with families as well as many other resources, including information about schools. The Graduate Legal Studies Office at the Law School sends new students a lot of specific information before arrival and matches new students with Student Ambassadors who can help answer questions.


Indiana University Alumni Associationover 690,000 members

Ratio female/male students


Average age