<p>Sorry-my mistake. I knew the law school had been absorbed by the IU system so I assumed the rest of the school was as well. Here is a little history below:</p>
<p>IU School of Law-Indianapolis traces its origins to the late nineteenth century when the first of its private predecessor schools, the Indiana Law School, began operating in 1894. A full-time day school, the Indiana Law School was part of a newly formed University of Indianapolis that also included Butler University, the Medical College of Indiana and the Indiana Dental School. All three professional schools later became part of Indiana University. Among the first trustees of the school were former United States President, Benjamin Harrison, and Indiana industrialist, Eli Lilly.
In 1898 a second predecessor school, the Indianapolis College of Law, was founded, offering a two-year evening program. This school, located in the Pythian Building in downtown Indianapolis, was advertised in 1906 as known everywhere for its successful graduates, and boasted a tuition of $10 per term. A few years later, another evening school, the American Central Law School, was established. In 1914, these two evening schools merged to become Benjamin Harrison Law School, and in 1936 this school and the Indiana Law School merged, taking the name of the latter, and offering both day and evening programs.
In 1944, the Indiana Law School became affiliated with Indiana University, becoming the Indianapolis Division of the IU School of Law. Beginning the following year, the school was housed in the Maennerchor Building, an architectural landmark in Indianapolis. The school gained autonomy in 1968, becoming the Indiana University School of Law-Indianapolis, the largest law school in Indiana and the only law school in the state to offer both full- and part-time programs. It moved into a new building at 735 West New York Street in 1970. The school was housed in that facility until its move to Lawrence W. Inlow Hall, located at 530 West New York Street, in May 2001.</p>