A $1 million gift from Stephen F. Burns will endow a professorship in his name and allow the Indiana University Maurer School of Law to continue its innovative curricular focus on ethics and professionalism. The Stephen F. Burns Professorship will be held by William D. Henderson, long considered one of the nations pioneers in the field of legal education.
Five prominent alumni have been named to the Board of Visitors of the Indiana University Maurer School of Law: Judge Gonzalo P. Curiel, Betsy K. Greene, Steven M. Post, Laurie Robinson Haden and Randolph Seger.
Milt and Judi Stewart's bequest will be used to support the center's activities, including global externships for law students, research and outreach activities, partnership programs with law schools around the world, and other student activities.
Dean Austen L. Parrish inducted retired Ambassador David L. Carden, Catherine Conway, Gonzalo P. Curiel and Joseph D. O'Connor into Maurer's Academy of Law Alumni Fellows.
Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law on the IUPUI campus leads the pack with the most alumni chosen for the 2015 Indiana Super Lawyers List. Maurer School of Law on the IU Bloomington campus ranks second.
Holiday "Holly" Hart McKiernan, R. Anthony "Tony" Prather and Gene E. Wilkins will each receive awards at a luncheon ceremony in Bloomington.
Two distinguished leaders from the IU Maurer School of Law -- Leonard D. Fromm and Lauren K. Robel -- will be inducted into the school's Academy of Law Alumni Fellows.
The Indiana University Maurer School of Law announced Wednesday a significant $20 million estate gift from Lowell E. Baier, a 1964 graduate of the school. The law school building will be renamed Baier Hall, and the law library will be renamed the Jerome Hall Law Library in honor of a longtime law school professor who was a mentor to Baier and many other alumni.
The Indiana University Maurer School of Law has received $3.25 million to establish an endowed clinical professorship and provide scholarship funds for Indiana high school graduates attending the law school.
Four Indiana University Maurer School of Law alumni will be inducted today, April 11, into the school's Academy of Law Alumni Fellows. Induction into the academy is the highest honor the law school can bestow on its graduates.
Jun Kwang-woo, former chairman of South Korea's National Pension Service, and Heejin Cho, research commissioner at South Korea's Institute of Justice, were recognized Sunday as Indiana University distinguished alumni.
Yale law professor Harold Hongju Koh, a renowned expert on international law, has been named the George P. Smith II Distinguished Visiting Professor-Chair at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law and will deliver a lecture at the school at noon Friday, Sept. 13, in the school's Moot Court Room.