Consumer Information (ABA Required Disclosures)
The information and links below are intended to make it easy to review the consumer information that the IU Maurer School of Law posts throughout its website in compliance with the disclosures required by ABA Standard 509 and the Rules of Procedure for Approval of Law Schools.
Students wishing to file a formal complaint to the administration of the Law School regarding a significant problem that directly implicates the school’s program of legal education and its compliance with the ABA Standards may do so by following the school's complaint procedure pursuant to the Student Handbook.
The Law School is accredited by the Council of the Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar of the American Bar Association. The Council's address is: Office of the Managing Director, ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar, 321 North Clark Street, Chicago, IL 60654.
These data are found on the school's 2019 Standard 509 Information Report, which contains information about the applicant pool, admitted students, and enrolled students.
Additional data about the 2019 entering JD class can be found in this summary.
Tuition and fees, living costs, and financial aid
The IU Maurer School of Law does not award scholarships that are conditional on law school academic performance; therefore we do not post an ABA conditional scholarship retention worksheet.
Enrollment data, including academic, transfer, and other attrition
All recent enrollment data, including academic, transfer, and other attrition can be found in the 2019 Standard 509 Information Report.
Number of full-time and part-time faculty, professional librarians, and administrators
All information about the most recent numbers of faculty, librarians, and administrators may be found in the 2019 Standard 509 Information Report.
Class sizes for first-year and upper-class courses; number of seminar, clinical, and co-curricular offerings
All information about class sizes for first-year and upper-class courses, along with the number of seminar, clinical, and co-curricular offerings, may be found in the 2019 Standard 509 Information Report.
Employment outcomes for the past several graduating classes may be found in the recent ABA and NALP employment reports.
JD learning outcomes
Learning outcomes for the JD program as of December 2016 can be found on our learning outcomes page.
Bar passage data
The Law School's refund policies may be found in the Financial Aid section of the website.
Curricular offerings, academic calendar, and academic requirements
Policies regarding transfer credit
The transfer credit policy may be found in the Admissions section of the website.
Diversity: Nondiscrimination and affirmative action
In accordance with applicable state and federal laws and university policies, the Indiana University Maurer School of Law provides equality of opportunity for all persons, including faculty and employees, with respect to hiring, continuation, promotion and tenure, applicants for admission, enrolled students, and graduates, without discrimination or segregation, on the grounds of race, ethnicity, color, citizenship, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender (including identity and expression), disability, age, marital status, veteran status or other legally protected status. It is the policy of the law school to seek to have a student body, faculty, and staff that are diverse with respect to race, color, and sex. Law school facilities are open only to employers whose practices employ this policy.
Indiana University’s policy on equal opportunity and diversity is available here.
Qualifications for admission to the bar
Information about bar examinations, character and fitness, and other requirements for admission to the bar may be found in the Bar Requirements section of the website.
Student complaints implicating compliance with American Bar Association standards
Any law student who would like to bring a formal complaint to the administration of the Law School regarding a significant problem that directly implicates the school’s program of legal education and its compliance with the ABA Standards may do so by following the school's complaint procedure, which is set forth in the Student Handbook.
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. If you believe you have a disability and would like accommodation, please contact Disability Services for Students (Phone: (812) 855-7578; TTY: (812) 856-2264; Fax: (812) 855-7650).