Faculty
Elizabeth  Ferrufino
Faculty

Elizabeth Bodamer

Director of Student Affairs

Education
  • B.A., University of Notre Dame 2009
  • M.A., Indiana University 2016
  • J.D., Indiana University Maurer School of Law 2012
Biography

Elizabeth Ferrufino is a 2012 graduate of the Maurer School of Law. While in law school, she served as a practice group advisor, the minority pre-law advisor for the IU Bloomington campus, vice president of International Law Society, an active member and mentor of the Latino Law Students Association, and participated in moot court. She also interned at the Monroe County Department of Child Services and at the Indiana Legal Services in Bloomington. 

After graduating from law school and passing the Indiana bar, Ferrufino began her graduate education in the Sociology Department, where she is currently completing her PhD in sociology. As a graduate student, she served on the Sociology Department Graduate Recruitment Committee, the College Graduate Hearing Board, co-chaired the Race and Ethnic Relations Committee in Sociology, and was a graduate student mentor. Additionally, Ferrufino taught undergraduate introduction to sociology and GROUPS, a summer program for first generation, low-income, and underrepresented students. Her research focuses on race/ethnicity and legal education, specifically law graduates’ outcomes, law school experiences, and social stratification in the profession.