Facilities & Resources
The Law School facilities accommodate the manner in which law is learned and taught today. Students make use of the state-of-the-art Pritzker Legal Research Center, two fully equipped courtrooms, and new and technologically up-to-date classrooms that include smart podiums with computer and video projectors.
Students are required to own laptop computers, and to make the purchase of such computers easier and more affordable, the Law School sponsors a discount notebook program. We have installed wireless technology throughout the Law School, and ethernet connections are available in many of the classrooms, common areas, and in the library. The Law School's Information Technology department provides responsive and service-oriented technology support for faculty, students, and staff.
The Center for Career Strategy and Advancement provides students with the resources necessary to conduct successful job searches and to manage their long-term multi-job careers. With job posting databases and one-on-one programs, the center helps students and alumni build an effective framework for a lifetime of active career management.