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Her Excellency: A Conversation with Women Judges from Constitutional Courts in the MENA Region
Join us for a visit with women judges from the constitutional courts of Jordan, Lebanon, and Morocco as they discuss their experience as members of the highest courts in their countries. Judges Maysa Bydoon (Constitutional Court of Jordan), Taghrid ...

Today's NIL Landscape: A Panel Discussion
CIPR, the Intellectual Property Clinic, and the Sports and Entertainment Law Society invite you to gain insights from diverse perspectives on the legal, and institutional dimensions of Name, Image and Likeness agreements in collegiate sports. Panelis...

A Discussion with the Authors of the 2024 Jessup International Moot Court Competition Problem.
The Indiana University Maurer School of Law's Professors Gabrielle Goodwin and Asaf Lubin participated in a discussion panel around the 2024 Jessup International Moot Court Competition.

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Nicholas Mirkay (Hawai'i), April 5, 2024
Prof. Nicholas Mirkay from University of Hawai'i William S. Richardson School of Law presents "Formulating Tax Policy Through the Lens of Economic Dignity" in the sixth session of the 2024 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of IU Maurer Law run...

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Luís Calderón Gómez (Cardozo), March 22, 2024
Prof. Luís Calderón Gómez from Cardozo Law School presents his paper "Taxation's Limits" in the fifth session of the 2024 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of IU Maurer Law runs the Colloquium. She introduces Prof. Calderón Gómez. The Q&A...

Prof. Maria Del Carmen
Prof. Legal Counselor in Constitutional and Administrative Law and Administrative Law Professor. Administrative Law Lecturer , Administrative Law Lecturer Pontificia Universidad Católica del Peru - PUCP · Contract

Prof. Poom Moolsilpa
Prof. Poom Moolsilpa (MCL’99, SJD’06), Dean of Social Science, Srinakharinwirot University, Thailand Major Area: Law and Politics

William R. Stewart Lecture: Prof. Orly Lobel February 7, 2024
Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Work: Can We Harness Digital Technology for More Fair, Safer, and Inclusive Employment Environments? Professor Lobel, the Warren Distinguished Professor of Law and founding director of the Center for Employm...

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Alex Zhang (Emory), March 1, 2024
Prof. Alex Zhang from Emory Law School presents his paper "Fiscal Citizenship and Taxpayer Privacy" in the fourth session of the 2024 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of IU Maurer Law runs the Colloquium. She introduces Prof. Zhang. The Q&A a...

What Engineers Need to Know About Patents - Janis/Hedges - March 2024
From the Center for Intellectual Property Research and Indiana University Maurer School of Law, Professors Mark D. Janis and Norm Hedges present What Engineers Need to Know About Patents, a general overview for Engineering Career Exploration courses ...

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Christine Kim (Cardozo), Feb. 16, 2024
Prof. Young Ran (Christine) Kim from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law presents her paper "Taxing the Metaverse" in the third session of the 2024 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of IU Maurer Law runs the Colloquium. She introduces Prof. ...

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Daniel Schaffa (Richmond), Feb. 2, 2024
Prof. Danial Schaffa from the University of Richmond School of Law presents a pair of papers, "Towards An Understanding of Tax Complexity" and "The Regressivity of Complexity" in the second session of the 2024 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman...

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Sarah Lawsky (Northwestern), Jan. 19, 2024
Prof. Sarah Lawsky from the Northwestern University Pritzker School of Law presents her paper "Reasoning with Formalized Statutes: The Case of Capital Gains and Losses" in the first session of the 2024 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of IU M...

Jerome Hall Lecture: Prof. Abbe R. Gluck
Can Courts Solve a Public Health Crisis? From State Court, to Multidistrict Litigation, to Bankruptcy in Opioids and Beyond. Abstract: In complex tort cases ranging from the opioid litigation, to talcum powder, to even the Boy Scouts, litigants are ...

Viewpoint: Maurer School of Law
The Indiana University Maurer School of Law is one of the nation's top public law schools. Founded in 1842, it is the ninth-oldest law school in the United States. While the school's rich history is something we take great pride in, we are even more ...

Space Law seminar: Clark Lackert
The Space Law Society and the Center for Intellectual Property Research welcome Clark Lackert, deputy general counsel at the World Trade Center Association. Sept. 26, 2023

Ralph F. Fuchs Lecture with Professor Kevin Brown
Join us for our first endowed lecture of the 2023-2024 academic year with Professor Kevin Brown. Brown's talk is titled "The Long View of the End of Affirmative Action From One of Its Beneficiaries." Prof. Brown will discuss the implications of the e...

Inaugural Buttrey Chair Lecture: Prof. Aviva Orenstein
"Evidence of Religion and the Religion of Evidence" will explore how evidence law treats religion and how evidence law with its rituals and beliefs is itself a kind of religion, demanding faith and challenged by modern science. The lecture is approve...

Maurer School of Law Sponsored Event: Jessup 2023 Discussion with Problem Authors
Indiana University Maurer School of Law sponsored the Jessup 2023 Discussion with Problem Authors. Jessup is the world's largest moot court competition, with participants from roughly 700 law schools in 100 countries and jurisdictions. The Competitio...

Ralph F. Fuchs Lecture: Prof. Richard Lazarus - March 23, 2023
Come hear the story of how modern environmental law first emerged in the United States, why it has since evolved the way that it has during the past fifty years, and what challenges environmental law presently faces. The talk will more particularly f...

Dr. Sookyoung Lee LL.M. 2020
Major Areas: Contract, Tort, and Medical Law, Liability of AI products. LL.M. ('20) Country: Korea

Zahradeen Ahmad , LL.M. 2019
Lecturer at Nigerian Law School Specialization: Financial Regulation & Capital Markets Country: Nigeria

Dr. Yu-Chi Wang, S.J.D. 1997
Major Areas: Privacy, Communication, and Technology Law Country: Taiwan Born in Taipei City, Taiwan (Republic of China), Yu-Chi Wang earned his Bachelor’s degree in law from National Taiwan University. At the suggestion of one of his professors, Wa...

2023 IUB Maurer School of Law Teaching Awards
This year’s recipients include BestLawyers’ 2022 Indianapolis Corporate Governance Law Lawyer of the Year, a beloved clinical professor and director, one of the world’s foremost authorities on the intersection of law and globalization, a top U....

LL.M. with English for Law two-year program
The Master of Laws (LL.M.) with English for Law two-year program is a two-step program for applicants who do not yet meet the English proficiency requirements for direct admission to the standard LLM degree program. If you are planning to pursue a Ma...

IU Tax Policy Colloquium : Kimberly Clausing (UCLA), Feb 17, 2023
Prof. Kimberly Clausing from UCLA Law School presents her paper titled "Capital Taxation and Market Power" in the third session of the Spring 2023 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of IU Maurer Law runs the Colloquium. She introduces Prof. Cla...

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Nyamagaga Gondwe (Wisconsin), Feb 3, 2023
Prof. Nyamagaga Gondwe from the University of Wisconsin School of Law presents her paper titled "Emergency Exit" in the second session of the Spring 2023 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of IU Maurer Law runs the Colloquium. She introduces Pr...

Addison C. Harris Lecture featuring Prof. Anupam Chander (January 25th, 2023)
Anupam Chander is the Scott K. Ginsburg Professor of Law and Technology at Georgetown University presents “Beyond Privacy vs. Trade.”

Linda Greenhouse - What’s Happened to the Supreme Court?: Reflections on 45 years of court watching
Linda Greenhouse is a Clinical Lecturer in Law and a Senior Research Scholar in Law at Yale Law School. She covered the Supreme Court for The New York Times between 1978 and 2008 and continues to write regularly for the newspaper’s Opinion pages.

Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition Finals (Friday, November. 11, 2022)
Join us for the final round of the annual Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition. The distinguished panel of judges presiding over the case are Hon. Sara L. Ellis (U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois), Hon. Thomas Kirsch (U.S. Co...

Professor Henry Zhuhao Wang (JD '11)
JD, LLM, SJD Visiting Professor at Maurer School of Law, Associate Professor of Law at China University of Political Science and Law Major Areas: Evidence Law, International Business Transaction, International Arbitration, Comparative Chinese Law Thi...

Dr. Vitor Dias, LL.M (’15)
LL.M (’15), Maurer School of Law, Ph.D.(’22)., Sociology, Indiana University Bloomington, Visiting Fellow, Kellogg Institute for International Studies, University of Notre Dame Major Areas: Law, Climate Change, Environmental Law, Torts, and Huma...

Dr & Esq. Paola Gabriela Zaragoza Cardenales (SJD ’22)
US Attorney and Doctorate in Judicial Science-Intellectual Property Major Areas: Trademarks and Geographical indications This video in the “Meet the Mauer Alumni” series is listed at Meet the Maurer Alumni Series – Maurer Global Forum (iu.edu...

Professor Zachary Heck (JD ’14)
Adjunct Professor at IU Maurer and Wright State University. Privacy and Data Security Attorney at Taft Stettinius & Hollister LLP. Major Area: Privacy and Data Security Law This video in the “Meet the Mauer Alumni” series is listed at Meet the M...

Professor Eka Nugraha Putra (SJD ’22)
Assistant Professor at Jindal Global Law School - O.P. Jindal Global University, India Major Areas: Criminal Law, Free Speech, Human Rights, and Media Law This video in the “Meet the Mauer Alumni” series is listed at Meet the Maurer Alumni Seri...

Professor Yao, Hsin-An (SJD ‘ 10)
Professor & Department Chair & Director, Department of Financial & Economic Law, National Chung Cheng University Associate Dean, School of Law, National Chung Cheng University (major Area: Intellectual property law)

Professor Park, Junsun (SJD ’13)
Professor at Jeju National University Law school (major areas: Banking, corporate, finance, and security law) - Korea

Leonard D. Fromm Office for Student Affairs Dedication
Join the Indiana Law community for the dedication of the Fromm Office for Student Affairs, named in memory of Leonard (Len) D. Fromm. Fromm joined the Law School in 1979 as director of student affairs, and, from the beginning, was a strong and effect...

Distinguished Service Awards
September 23, 2022

Dr. Noora AlShamlan, SJD, FHEA (SJD ’12)
Managing Editor-Journal of Law, Assistant Professor at the University of Bahrain. Major Areas: Criminal Law & Criminal Procedure

Camilo Rodriguez Yong (SJD ’09), Auxiliary Justice and Professor
Auxiliary Justice at the Council of State of Colombia. The Council of State provides legal advice to the Colombian government. Major Areas: International Business Transactions (Private and Public Laws)

The End of Roe v. Wade: Discussing the Supreme Court’s Dobbs Opinion
In overturning Roe v. Wade, Dobbs held that the Constitution does not protect abortion rights. About half of the states already have, or may soon, ban most or all abortions. This panel will discuss what Dobbs means for pregnant individuals, and how D...

West Virginia v. EPA: What Does It Mean for the Future of Regulatory and Environmental Law?
Join Indiana University Maurer School of Law Professors Nicholas Almendares, Dan Cole, and Rob Fischman for a virtual discussion on the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision in West Virginia v. EPA. Participants will discuss a wide range of issues stemming...

Ralph F. Fuchs Lecture - Ingrid Eagly - Second Chances in Criminal and Immigration Law
April 6, 2022 - Maurer School of Law - Indiana University Bloomington

The Mind of the Censor - A Book Discussion
In late 2021, Cambridge University Press published Robert Corn-Revere’s book, The Mind of the Censor and the Eye of the Beholder: The First Amendment and the Censor’s Dilemma. In the author’s own words, the purpose of his timely book is “to u...

Jerome Hall Lecture - Professor Guy-Uriel Charles
Identity Crisis: Race, Law, and the Multicultural Future March 2, 2022

Addison C. Harris Lecture - Senator Amy Klobuchar
Senator Amy Klobuchar - “Antitrust: An Opportunity for Progress in the Face of Polarization”

Maurer School of Law Faculty Teaching Awards 2022
February 25, 2022

Professor Janos Fazekas - Bradley Fellows
February 2022

Professor Janos Fazekas - CCD Speaker Series
February 2022

Constitutions Help to Make Fully Realized Human Lives Possible
Professor David Williams lectures to his first year Constitutional Law class. Professor Williams is John S. Hastings Professor of Law and Executive Director, Center for Constitutional Democracy at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law.

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Ellen Aprill (Loyola-L.A.), Nov. 18, 2021
Prof. Ellen Aprill from Loyola Law School Los Angeles presents "Federal Charities: Blurring the Line between Public and Private" in the seventh and final session of the Fall 2021 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of Indiana University Maurer S...

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: David Hasen (Florida), Nov. 11, 2021
Prof. David Hasen from the University of Florida Levin College of Law presents "Interest Deductibility Under the Income Tax" in the sixth session of the Fall 2021 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of Indiana University Maurer School of Law run...

Indiana University Maurer School of Law Constitution Day
September 15th, 2021

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Alice Abreu & Richard Greenstein (Temple), Oct. 28, 2021
Professors Alice Abreu & Richard Greenstein from Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law present their paper, "Tilting At Windmills" in the fifth session of the Fall 2021 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of IU Maurer Law runs the Col...

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Francine Lipman (UNLV), Sep. 23, 2021
Prof. Francine Lipman from UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law presents her paper "Tax Audits, Economics, and Racism" in the third session of the Fall 2021 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of IU Maurer Law runs the Colloquium. She introduces P...

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Stephanie Hoffer (IU McKinney), Oct. 16, 2021
Prof. Stephanie Hoffer from the Indiana University McKinney School of Law presents "Tax Legislation In Crises" in the fourth session of the Fall 2021 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of Indiana University Maurer School of Law runs the Colloqu...

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Clint Wallace (South Carolina), Sep. 9, 2021
Prof. Clint Wallace from the University of South Carolina School of Law presents his paper "The Democracy Criterion For Taxation" in the second session of the Fall 2021 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of IU Maurer Law runs the Colloquium. Sh...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Joachim Englisch (Münster), July 22, 2021
Prof. Joachim Englisch from Universität Münster presents "International Effective Minimum Taxation--OECD/G20 Pillar Two ('GloBE')" in the ninth session of the 2021 Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (July 22, 2021). Prof. Lederman (Indiana Un...

Fall 2021 Orientation: Professionalism Speakers and Oath
New student orientation for the Class of 2024 Remarks by Charles Geyh, Distinguished Professor and John F. Kimberling Professor of Law Welcome by Heather Gin, SBA President Keynote speech by the Honorable Judge Doris L. Pryor, Class of 2003

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Andrés Báez Moreno (Carlos III), July 16, 2021
Prof. Andrés Báez Moreno from Universidad Carlos III de Madrid presents "Because Not Always B Comes After A: Critical Reflections on the new Article 12B of the UN Model Tax Convention on Automated Digital Services" in the eighth session of the 2021...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Dan Shaviro (NYU), July 9, 2021
Prof. Daniel Shaviro from New York University School of Law presents "The Economics, Law, and National Politics of Seeking Increased Taxation of Multinationals" in the seventh session of the 2021 Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (July 9, 2021...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Emily Cauble (DePaul), July 2, 2021.
Prof. Emily Cauble from DePaul University College of Law presents "Electing Second Choice Tax Outcomes" in the sixth session of the 2021 Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (July 2, 2021). Prof. Lederman (Indiana University Maurer School of Law)...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Stefan Hammerl & Lily Zechner (Graz), June 25, 2021.
Lily Zechner and Stefan Hammerl from the University of Graz present "Taxing Profit and Consumption in Market Jurisdictions: Equity and Administrability in the Digital Era" in the fifth session of the 2021 Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (Jun...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Zachary Liscow (Yale), June 18, 2021
Prof. Zachary Liscow from Yale Law School presents "The Psychology of Taxing Capital Income: Evidence from a Survey Experiment on the Realization Rule" (co-authored with Edward Fox from Michigan Law School) in the fourth session of the 2021 Indiana/L...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Afton Titus (Cape Town), June 11, 2021
Prof. Afton Titus from the University of Cape Town presents "Tax Policy for the Future of Developing Countries: The Synergies Between Covid-19 and Automation" in the third session of the 2021 Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (June 11, 2021). ...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Henry Ordower (SLU), June 4, 2021
Prof. Henry Ordower from St. Louis University School of Law presents "Uniform International Tax Collection and Distribution for Global Development, a Utopian BEPS Alternative" in the second session of the 2021 Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Mindy Herzfeld (Florida), May 28, 2021
Prof. Mindy Herzfeld from the University of Florida Levin College of Law presents her paper "Taxes Are Not Binary: The Unfortunate Consequences of Splitting Taxes into Arbitrary Categories" in the first session of the 2021 Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Wo...

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Maynard (IU-Kelley), Apr. 22, 2021
Prof. Goldburn Maynard from Indiana University Kelley School of Business presents "Business Meals or Bust" in the sixth session of the Spring 2021 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of IU Maurer Law runs the Colloquium and introduces Prof. Mayn...

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Christians (McGill), Apr. 15, 2021
Prof. Allison Christians from McGill University Faculty of Law presents "The Case for A Sustainable Excess Profits Tax" in the fifth session of the Spring 2021 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of IU Maurer Law runs the Colloquium and introduc...

2020 IU Maurer Law Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition Final
2020 Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition Final

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Galle (Georgtown) & Shay (Boston College), Apr. 1, 2021
Prof. Stephen Shay from Boston College Law School and Prof. Brian Galle from Georgetown Law School present "Admin Law and the Crisis of Tax Administration" in the fourth session of the 2021 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Shay is the principal presen...

Minding the Doors: An Examination of the Entry and Exit Points of the U.S. Criminal Legal System
October 21, 2020

Humans of Maurer: Ami Acary and Courtney Davis
“Humans of Maurer” is the interview series that asks 10 questions to help you get to know your Maurer community. The International Law Society is taking over HOM for International Women's Day 2021 to highlight some of our very special LLM student...

Comparative Law Series: Comparative Chinese Law
The Comparative Law Series is a collaboration between Indiana University-Maurer School of Law's Graduate Colloquium and Law as Science. On the second event of the series (March 25, 2021), we hosted Prof. Shitong Qiao (the University of Hongkong Facul...

Humans of Maurer: Eleonora Colombo and Tajah Thomas
“Humans of Maurer” is the interview series that asks 10 questions to help you get to know your Maurer community. The International Law Society is taking over HOM for International Women's Day 2021 to highlight some of our very special LLM student...

Comparative Law Series: What are the Methods to Compare Constitutionally?
The Comparative Law Series is a collaboration between Indiana University-Maurer School of Law's Graduate Colloquium and Law as Science. On the second event of the series (March 18, 2021), we hosted Prof. Marie-Luce Paris (University College Dublin Su...

Compelled Speech Symposium Panel 2
Panel 2: Compelled Speech and Individual Rights Jessie Hill, Case Western Reserve University School of Law “Look Who’s Talking: Conscience, Complicity, and Compelled Speech” Nadia Sawicki, Loyola University Chicago School of Law “Tort Law I...

Compelled Speech Symposium Panel 3
Panel 3: Compelled Speech and its Sociopolitical Implications Charlotte Garden, Seattle University School of Law “Workplace Subsidies for Speech and Religion” Catherine Fisk, University of California Berkeley School of Law “Complicity and Com...

Compelled Speech Symposium Harris Lecture Keynote
Symposium Keynote Lecture and Law School Addison C. Harris Lecture Robert Post, Yale Law School “NIFLA and the Construction of Compelled Speech Doctrine”

Compelled Speech Symposium Opening Remarks Panel 1
Panel 1: Compelled Speech: Rethinking the Doctrine Alexander Tsesis, Loyola University Chicago School of Law “Compelled Speech and Proportionality” David Han, Pepperdine University Caruso School of Law “Compelled Speech and Doctrinal Fluidit...

BLSA Alumni Board Reflections
Members of the BLSA Alumni Advisory Board describe their experiences as students and the opportunities of our national network.

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Reuven Avi-Yonah (Michigan), Mar. 4, 2021
Prof. Reuven Avi-Yonah from the University of Michigan Law School presents his paper "A New Corporate Tax" in the second session of the 2021 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of IU Maurer Law runs the Colloquium and introduces Prof. Avi-Yonah....

Humans of Maurer: Theodora Uti and Sukirti Agrawal
“Humans of Maurer” is the interview series that asks 10 questions to help you get to know your Maurer community. The International Law Society is taking over HOM for International Women's Day 2021 to highlight some of our very special LLM student...

William R. Stewart Lecture - Catherine Fisk
February 19, 2021 Maurer School of Law Disclaimer: to receive CLE credit, participants must have attended this event live. We cannot verify attendance nor award CLE credit to participants viewing only the zoom recording of this event.

Comparative Law Series: A General Method for Comparative Law
Comparative Law Series is a collaboration between Indiana University Maurer School of Law's Graduate Colloquium and Law as Science. In the first lecture of the comparative law series on February 18, 2021, we hosted Prof. John Reitz from Iowa College...

IU Tax Policy Colloquium: Leopoldo Parada (Leeds), Feb. 18, 2021
Prof. Leopoldo Parada from the University of Leeds School of Law in the UK presents his paper "Full Taxation: The Single-Tax Emperor's New Clothes" in the first session of the 2021 IU Tax Policy Colloquium. Prof. Lederman of IU Maurer Law runs the Co...

Humans of Maurer: Professor Mark Janis and Mounir Jamal
“Humans of Maurer” is the interview series that asks 10 questions to help you get to know your Maurer community. Mounir Jamal, JD Class of 2022, interviews Professor Mark Janis, Robert A. Lucas Chair and Professor of Law and Director of the Cente...

Humans of Maurer: Dean Anne McFadden and Cole Byram
“Humans of Maurer” is the interview series that asks 10 questions to help you get to know your Maurer community. Cole Byram, JD Class of 2022 and current President of the Student Bar Association, interviews Anne McFadden, Assistant Dean of Career...

BLSA-SBA Speaker Series: Affirmative Action Chronicles: History, Meaning, and the Legal Profession
Professor Kevin Brown will speak in a panel alongside Dr. Louis Menand (Harvard) and Dr. Jakobi Williams (Indiana University). This panel will explore whether the legal profession should use quotas and decision-making preferences in recruitment and p...

Midwest Big 10 Law School Consortium Panel
Hear about the advantages of obtaining a legal education from six Midwest Big 10 Law Schools, as well as tips and advise on the Admissions Process.

2020 IU Maurer Law Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition Final
2020 Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition Final

"Indiana and Marriage Equality" Constitution Day Lecture with Prof. William Eskridge, Jr.
Professor William Eskridge, Jr. of Yale Law School discusses marriage equality in Indiana on Constitution Day at the Maurer School of Law.

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Monica Victor, August 13, 2020
In the final session of the 2020 Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (Aug. 13, 2020), Dr. Monica Victor presents "The Taxman’s Guide to the Galaxy: Allocating Taxing Rights in the Space Economy." Prof. Leandra Lederman (Indiana University Mau...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Steven Dean (NYU), August 6, 2020
Professor Steven Dean from NYU Law School/Brooklyn Law School presents "A Constitutional Moment in Cross-Border Taxation" in the twelfth session of the Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (August 6, 2020). Prof. Leandra Lederman (Indiana Univers...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Ricardo García Antón (Tilburg University), July 30, 2020
Professor Ricardo García Antón from Tilburg University presents "Enhancing the Group Interest in Transfer Pricing Analysis" in the eleventh session of the Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (July 30, 2020). Prof. Leandra Lederman (Indiana Uni...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Ana Paula Dourado (U. Lisbon), July 23, 2020
Professor Ana Paula Dourado from the University of Lisbon presents "The Concept of Digital Economy for Tax Purposes: A Reassessment" in the tenth session of the Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (July 23, 2020). Prof. Leandra Lederman (Indiana...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Michael Devereux (Oxford University), July 16, 2020
Professor Mike Devereux from Oxford University Saïd Business School presents "The OECD GloBE Proposal" in the ninth session of the Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (July 16, 2020). Prof. Leandra Lederman (Indiana University Maurer School of ...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Joshua Blank (UC Irvine), July 9, 2020
Professor Joshua Blank from UC Irvine School of Law presents "Automated Legal Guidance" in the eighth session of the Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (July 9, 2020). The paper is coauthored with Prof. Leigh Osofsky of UNC School of Law. Prof....

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Allison Christians (McGill University), July 2, 2020
Professor Allison Christians from McGill University Faculty of Law presents "Accurately Counting Value in the International Tax System" in the seventh session of the Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (July 2, 2020). Prof. Leandra Lederman (Ind...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Shuyi Oei & Diane Ring (Boston College), June 18, 2020
Professors Shuyi Oei and Diane Ring from Boston College Law School present their co-authored paper titled "Regulating in Pandemic: Evaluating Economic and Financial Policy Responses to the Coronavirus Crisis" in the fifth session of the Indiana/Leeds...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: James Repetti (Boston College), June 11, 2020
Prof. James Repetti from Boston College Law School presents his paper "The Appropriate Roles for Equity and Efficiency in a Progressive Income Tax" in the fourth session of the Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (June 11, 2020). Prof. Leandra L...

Protest Training for Legal Observers
On June 4, 2020, students at the Maurer School of Law hosted a live zoom training on "Protest Training for Legal Observers" with an attorney from the Indiana National Lawyer's Guild. Hosted by BLSA, LLSA, APALSA, and ACS with David Frank of the Nati...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Susan Morse (Texas), June 4, 2020
Prof. Susan Morse from The University of Texas School of Law presents her paper "Modern Custom in Tax" in the third session of the Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (June 4, 2020). Prof. Leandra Lederman (Indiana University Maurer School of La...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Stephen Daly (King's College London), May 28, 2020
Prof. Stephen Daly from King's College London presents his paper "Trust, Tax Administration, and State Aid" in the second session of the Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (May 28, 2020). Prof. Leandra Lederman (Indiana University Maurer School...

Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series: Ruth Mason (UVA), May 21, 2020
Prof. Ruth Mason from the University of Virginia School of Law presents her paper "The Transformation of International Tax" in the first session of the Indiana/Leeds Summer Tax Workshop Series (May 21, 2020). Prof. Lederman (Indiana University Maurer...

A message from Class of 2020 Keynote Speaker, Judy Perry Martinez
Judy Perry Martinez, President of the American Bar Association and the Class of 2020 Graduation Keynote Speaker, send remarks to the newest graduates of the Maurer School of Law to mark their graduation day.

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