State support has fallen dramatically in recent years, and the school has been forced to raise tuition dramatically. In fact, resident tuition has more than doubled since 2001, and is now $27,040 per year. Out-of-state tuition is $44,512.
Endowed chairs and professorships are critical to Indiana Law’s mission to recruit and retain a world-class faculty. Our faculty members are renowned scholars who are committed to engaging the top-notch students who come to Indiana Law. Faculty support in the form of an endowed chair ($1.5 million) or professorship ($750,000) provides a substantial reward and incentive for scholars who have made a significant impact in their field. Private support for summer research fellowships also greatly enhances the resources available to our faculty to further legal education by performing path-breaking research into cybersecurity, constitutional democracy, and intellectual property issues.