The College of Law manages a number of facilities for student use, from classrooms and courtrooms to private study rooms and lounges.
The Law Library offers various independent and collective spaces to work, including wired study carrels, study rooms and a student computer lab. About 65% of the Law Library enjoys wireless coverage for students working at study tables. Please note: Although wireless may be used in the wired study carrels and rooms, it is recommended that students access the internet using their laptops and Ethernet cables for a faster and more secure connection.
The College of Law maintains 17 classrooms and conference rooms, which are equipped with a range of presentation aids and technology from dry-erase boards and projectors to Sympodium Interactive Monitors and media players. Some rooms also include video capture technology for recording lectures, meetings, and special events.
Two courtrooms provide Law students with hands-on instruction. The trial courtroom in Room 140 includes a jury box, student seating, gallery monitors, video recording capabilities and more. On the sixth floor, the College of Law maintains an appellate courtroom (room 658).
Most student organizations are assigned to an office space on the second floor of the Urban Life Building.
On the second floor of the Urban Life building, students will find the West Exhibit lounge, which houses a number of vending machines, a microwave and seating area. The space also features a wall of windows and patio access. It is conveniently located within close proximity to College of Law meeting spaces, as well as University Center, the Student Center plaza and Auxiliary Services.
The sixth floor student lounge offers cafe-style seating and club chairs for studying or relaxing between classes. A microwave and television have also been provided in this room for student use.