A virtual or in-person visit to Indiana Law on the beautiful IU Bloomington campus is the best way to find out what we have to offer. Find out more by joining us at an in-person or virtual admissions information session. Get more details about how to get here and where to park.
Note: Bloomington, Indiana is in the Eastern Time Zone (the same time as New York and one hour ahead of Chicago).
In-person admissions information sessions
Attend an in-person session to hear about our programs, curriculum, and admissions process, including a discussion of the Direct Admit programfor current IU-Bloomington undergraduates. The program concludes with a tour of Baier Hall led by a current law student. Register for a session below:
Attend one of these virtual sessions to hear about our programs, curriculum, and admissions process, including a discussion of the Direct Admit programfor current IU-Bloomington undergraduates (a Direct Admit-only session will also be held February 6 - see below). Register for a session below:
Direct Admit Program Information Sessions (for current IU-Bloomington undergraduates only)
Admissions staff will explain how IU Bloomington seniors (for Fall 2023) or juniors (for Fall 2024) may apply for the Direct Admit program without having to take the LSAT! Freshmen and sophomores are welcome to attend. Register for a session below:
To begin your law school research, we encourage you to attend one of our admissions information sessions. However, if you have questions that require a one-on-one meeting with an admissions professional, you are welcome to set up a virtual appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (812) 855-4765. Note: We can accommodate individual appointments Monday through Friday only during regular business hours.
If you need special accommodations because of a disability, please contact Disability Services for Students at (812) 855-7578.
Heading your way
Our admissions staff is present both online and in-person at law and graduate school fairs each year. Check our recruiting calendar to learn about our presence at in-person or virtual events!
Watch Fall 2022 Legal Areas of Interest virtual sessions
Hear from Professor Steve Sanders whose scholarly expertise focuses on individual liberties and questions of equality under the Constitution. He has been interviewed and quoted frequently in recent months on such questions as the future of abortion rights, LGBTQ equality, and disqualification from public office under the 14th Amendment for engaging in insurrection. He also has participated in groundbreaking litigation on same-sex marriage and transgender rights.
Hear Robert Fischman, George P. Smith, II Distinguished Professor of Law, Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs, Christian Freitag, Clinical Associate Professor of Law and President and Executive Director, Conservation Law Center, and Rebecca Wiebke JD/MPA '24 discuss Environmental Law opportunities including courses, projects, and the Conservation Law Center.
Explore the variety of law and technology options at Indiana Law with Norman Hedges, Clinical Associate Professor of Law, Director, Intellectual Property Law Clinic; Mark Janis, Robert A. Lucas Chair, Professor of Law and Director of the Center for Intellectual Property Research; and Asaf Lubin, Associate Professor and Center for Applied Cybersecurity Fellow.
Hear Indiana Law’s Professor Jayanth Krishnan (Milt and Judi Stewart Professor of Law and Director, Milt and Judi Stewart Center on the Global Legal Profession) discuss how every aspect of the student experience connects with meaningful international opportunities, including the wide variety of courses in both public and private international law and our unique Stewart Fellows Global Internship Program, which financially supports approximately 25 first-year students as they spend their summer working in international corporations, firms, and nongovernmental organizations.
As student-athletes navigate the still-emerging complexities of the NCAA's new policy surrounding name, image and likeness -- also referred to as NIL -- they'll now have a homefield advantage: one of the country's top intellectual property clinics. Join Professors Norm Hedges and Mark Janis to learn how Hoosier athletes will get an assist from our law students through this initiative.
This talk, hosted by Professor Bill Henderson and Michael Flannery '83, CEO of Duchossois Capital Management, will offer insights about family offices in general, their tremendous growth in recent years, and the opportunities this phenomenon has created for lawyers. Come and hear how IU Maurer has developed a program—the first in the U.S.—that focuses specifically on training the next generation of professionals who advise family offices.