Northwestern University School of Law is located at the eastern edge of Northwestern's 20-acre Chicago campus, in one of the city's most active and desirable neighborhoods. To the east is Lake Michigan; to the west, Chicago's premier shopping district, Michigan Avenue's "Magnificent Mile"; to the north, the elegant Gold Coast residential neighborhood. The city provides an ideal setting for the study of law, and students take advantage of the location through visits to local courts, law firms, and corporations.
The Law School is also adjacent to the Kellogg School of Management and down the street from the state-of-the-art Northwestern Memorial Hospital.
Students interested in scheduling a campus tour and class visits should contact the Admissions Office.
Arthur Rubloff Building - 375 East Chicago Avenue
Levy Mayer Hall - 357 East Chicago Avenue
Robert McCormick Hall - 350 East Superior Street
Abbott Hall - 710 North Lake Shore Drive
Students, faculty, staff, and visitors should consider the excellent commuter transportation options available to them in addition to parking, as parking in the area tends to be at a premium.
Northwestern University operates several shuttles for students, faculty and staff on the Evanston and Chicago campuses. A valid WildCARD is required to ride the shuttles.