I did my masters at IU-B, and worked in a student affairs office there that worked with international students. IU as a whole has a VERY strong international reputation that you might never know if you didn't know something about the school. I'm not sure if they still hold this distinction, but I beleive at one point they had more Title VI funded area studies centers than any other public institution (even more obscure centers, like the only Inner Asian and Uralic National Resource Center). With it's ranking, the University's strong international ties, and strong study abroad programs, I think you'd be a little crazy to pass them up if you want your specialty to be international law. Besides, the campus is beautiful, and the town is a great place to spend 3 years.