Indiana Accredited Law Schools

1. Indiana University Maurer School of Law—Bloomington

The Indiana University Maurer School of Law—Bloomington was founded in 1842.  The law school is small enough to retain its distinctive sense of community and collegiality, with fewer than 675 students, drawn from more than 200 undergraduate schools in the United States and abroad.  At the same time, it is large enough to facilitate a stimulating, cosmopolitan environment.  The school is a charter member of the AALS and is approved by the ABA.

Indiana University Maurer School of Law—Bloomington

2. Indiana University School of Law—Indianapolis

It was founded in 1894 as the Indiana Law School.  The law school building, Lawrence W. Inlow Hall enables the faculty to employ the latest technology and teaching methods.  It has modern classrooms, private study areas, and an unparalleled law library.  The school is the largest in the state of Indiana.  It is one of the few law schools to offer the cultural, recreational, and professional advantages of an urban educational environment.

Indiana University School of Law—Indianapolis

3. Notre Dame Law School

Notre Dame Law School was founded in 1869.  As a result of the school’s and the university’s Catholic heritage and tradition, faith and values, and community spirit, the law school is distinctive among nationally regarded law schools.  The law school inspires students to examine their practice of law within the context of their responsibilities as members of the bar, and as citizens of the world community.

Notre Dame Law School

4. Valparaiso University School of Law

Valparaiso University is a private university located in Valparaiso, Indiana.  The University was founded in 1859 as the Valparaiso Male and Female College.  It was re-chartered in 1906 as Valparaiso University.  The Valparaiso University School of Law was founded in 1879 as the Northern Indiana Law School.  It became part of Valparaiso University in 1905.  Valparaiso Law received its ABA accreditation in 1929.  It was admitted into membership in the AALS in 1930.  The school’s degree of Juris Doctor is approved by the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York.  The law school offers the traditional three-year, full-time program; an accelerated two-year program, and a five-year, part-time program leading to the Juris Doctor degree.  It also offers a Master of Laws degree for international lawyers, together with the dual degree programs such as: J.D./MBA, J.D./MALS, J.D./MA (psychology), J.D./MA (Clinical Mental Health Counseling), J.D./MA (Chinese Studies), J.D./MS (International Commerce & Policy), and J.D./MS (Sports Administration).

Valparaiso University School of Law


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