No. 39 - Indiana University Maurer School of Law—Bloomington: Turns out John Mellencamp isn’t the only one with a soft spot for Indiana. Large firms hired 18 of the Bloomington law school’s graduates last year, for a total of nearly 11 percent of the class. That hurts so good!

With an aim toward improving the diversity pipeline for aspiring lawyers, the American Bar Association and Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law are jointly launching an online program to introduce minority undergrads to legal education and careers as attorneys.

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