Image SourceLocated at Bascom Hill, the University of Wisconsin Law School was established in 1893 and has been rebuilt and renovated multiple times since the early 1960s. Image SourceFounded in 1983, the City University of New York (CUNY) School of Law in Long Island City was relocated in 2012 to their current 2 Court Square location. Image SourceThe Sterling Law Building was designed and completed in 1931 by James Gamble Rogers, and is known as the heart of Yale Law.
Image SourceA stunning glass exterior and giant stainless steel fin act as the defining characteristics of this newly erected structure, which houses the University of Sydney Faculty of Law. Image Source Founded in 1895, the University of Pittsburgh Law School is one of the oldest in the nation.
Image SourceFrequently rated as one of the top three law schools in the United States, Stanford Law School first offered its legal studies curriculum to students in 1893.
Image SourceCompleted in 2013, the John and Frances Angelos Law Center at the University of Baltimore stands as one of the city’s greenest and most energy efficient structures. Image SourceFounded in 1921, the University of Connecticut School of Law is one of only four public law schools in New England, and is the only public law school in Connecticut.
Image SourceEstablished in 1868 as Trinity College School of Law and reestablished in 1924 as Duke University School of Law, this famous program frequently tops many of the nation’s top ten lists.
Image SourceFormerly known as Boalt Hall and often referred to as Berkeley Law, UC Berkeley School of Law was established in 1894 as the Department of Jurisprudence.
Image SourceFounded in 1892 as the Milwaukee School of Law, Marquette University Law School’s Eckstein Hall was opened in 2010. Image SourceBefore achieving international fame as one of the world’s most influential architects, Frank Gehry was asked to transform the Loyola Law School campus into a dynamic architectural space. Image SourceOne of the first law schools in the United States, Columbia Law School is located just north of Central Park in Manhattan. Image SourceWith multiple satellite campuses across the state of Michigan and a new campus in Tampa Bay, Florida, the Thomas M. Image SourceLocated on 160-acres of pristine rolling hills and verdant green spaces, the Department of Law and Criminology at Edge Hill University has nearly 130 years of history. Image SourceConsistently ranked within the top fifty law school programs in the United States, the Florida State University College of Law completed construction on their Law Advocacy Center building in 2011.
Image SourceFounded in 1819 by Thomas Jefferson, the University of Virginia School of Law is the fourth oldest active law school in the country. Image SourceFrequently rated as one of the top law programs in the world, Harvard Law School’s 17-building campus recently completed Wasserstein Hall, a LEED Gold certified facility designed by Robert M. Image SourceIn operation since the University of Texas was founded, the School of Law has been in operation since 1883, and is consistently ranked among the top 20 law school programs in the nation. Image SourceFounded in 1897, Cleveland Law School merged with John Marshall School of Law, which was founded in 1916 to become the Cleveland-Marshall College of Law.
Image SourceSyracuse University College of Law was founded in 1895 and is one of four law schools in Upstate New York. Image SourceStunning and bold, the Lewis Katz Building at Penn State University’s Dickinson School of Law stands as a magnificent glowing light within the rolling hills and distant mountains of Central Pennsylvania. Image SourceFounded in 1830 as the Jackson School of Law and currently known as MC Law or MC Law School, the Mississippi College School of Law is located in historic downtown Jackson. Image SourceThe UCLA School of law was established in 1950, and is frequently ranked as one of the top law schools in the country.
Image SourceBuilt by Josep Lluis Sert during the 1960s, the Law Tower of Boston University School of Law is currently under a complete renovation. Image SourceThe George Washington University Law School was the first law school founded in Washington D.C.
Image SourceEstablished in 2007, the Singapore Management University School of Law is the tiny country’s second law school. Image SourceFrequently ranked as one of the nation’s top schools, the University of Michigan Law School program is one of prestige. Image SourceNew York City’s oldest law school, established in 1835, opened its Furman Hall building in 2004. Image SourceEstablished in 1826, the Faculty of Laws at the University College of London was one of the country’s first to admit both men and women. Image SourceOne of the oldest law programs in the country, Canada’s University of Toronto Faculty of Law was founded in 1887, but it was not accredited until the late 1950s.
Image SourceLocated in the heart of Melbourne, Monash University Law Chambers is regularly named among the world’s top law schools.
Image SourceBuilt by Gunnar Birkets and Associates, the Boyd Law Building at the University of Iowa College of Law was completed in 1986 to accommodate for the program’s rapid growth.
Image SourceFunded partially by students who voted in 1997 to increase tuition payments by $1,000 to finance the project, the Wolf Law Building opened in 2006. Image SourceOpened in 2011, the Law Court Building at The School of Law, University of Hertfordshire, was designed by RMJM and achieved a BREEAM Excellent rating for energy efficiency. Image SourcePart of the College of William and Mary, the William and Mary Law School is the second oldest college in the nation.
Image SourceSet to open in Fall 2016, the Arizona Center for Law and Society is a $120 million project designed by a joint venture between Ennead Architects of New York City, and Jones Studio. Image SourceOpened in 2011, The Liberty Building at the University of Leeds School of Law is a modern architectural masterpiece composed of spun concrete pillars and glass. Image SourceThe Bullocks Wilshire building, and iconic symbol of Los Angeles, was originally built as a luxury department store in 1929. Image SourceLocated in San Diego’s popular East Village, the Thomas Jefferson School of Law offers classrooms with stadium-style seating, smart classrooms, and numerous terraces. Image SourceFuturistic and splendid, the large modular buildings that comprise The School of Law at the University of Northumbria at Newcastle have already won 20 awards for design and construction. Image SourceTo accommodate for its growing student and faculty population, Durham Law School’s new building and expansion opened with accolades for excellence in sustainable building and educational architecture. Information about applying for financial assistance is found at Requesting Financial Assistance (LLM and SJD). The UW Law School's Graduate Programs offer three degree programs for those who already have a first law degree (J.D. The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the student body of the University of Wisconsin Law School. The mission of the SBA and SBC is to create an open, cordial, and unified environment between the administration, faculty, and students through different social, cultural, and academic events. This website provides information for current students, student organizations, and anyone who wants a glimpse into student life at the University of Wisconsin Law School. University of Wisconsin Law School offers?Postdoctoral Fellowship?for a outstanding scholars in USA. PREVIOUS POSTHundreds flee Nicaragua volcano 27 December 2012 Last updated at 03:14 ET Nicaraguan authorities have ordered the evacuation of several hundred people living near San Cristobal volcano.
The school underwent a $16.1 million renovation in 1996 encompassing nearly 140,000 square feet, housing a reading room with 50-foot clerestory windows to allow ample use of natural light.
Owned by Citigroup, the 14-story building is one of the greenest in the country achieving LEED Gold certification. The collegiate Gothic style emulates 12th century French and English cathedral architecture and includes sweeping stone arches, dramatic stained glass details, and a breathtaking stone facade.
Completed in 2009 and designed by FJMT (Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp) Architects and Bauderstone Pty Ltd., the building incorporates curved ceilings, a large glass atrium, and a light tower to help cool and ventilate the structure. Opened in 1976, the six-story Barco Law Building exhibits many of the defining characteristics of Brutalist architecture, a movement spearheaded in the middle of the 20th century by the Swiss architect LeCorbusier. From the beginning the school’s program was noted for its emphasis on cultural diversity and its low student to faculty ratio.
Designed by Pei Cobb Freed and Partners, also known for their design of the Louvre Pyramid and the National Gallery of Art, the building is comprised of a large atrium, law library, and reading room. Large glass cubes intertwine to create this checkerboard-like building, which achieved a LEED Platinum certification from the US Green Building Council.
The school’s early beginnings were founded in rented rooms at the Hartford Wire Works. Star Commons, one of the school’s most recent additions was dedicated in 2008 and is named for alumnus Stanley Star. The $85 million structure houses four stories of smart classrooms and includes a trial courtroom, a law library, fitness center, and faculty offices. The private Catholic university was founded in 1920, and the current architectural landscape redesign began under Gehry’s instruction in 1978. The recently built Business and Law building stands as a model of green building for the Europe and received Green Flag status for UK parks and green spaces.

Part of FSU’s Green Building Initiative, the advocacy center is LEED Silver certified and includes low-flow fixtures and an energy efficient lighting system. Renovated in 1997 by architectural firm Ayers, Saint, Gross, who also designed the Angelos Law Center at the University of Baltimore, the $35 million facility includes the Caplin Pavilion, Clay Hall, the Withers-Brown Hall, and Slaughter Hall.
James Gamble Rogers designed the law school’s building, which is covered with dark green ivy and dotted with stained glass.
Construction began in 2006, and the $80 million building project, which included an expansion of the current facility, was completed in 2009.
Completed in 2008, the 114,000 square foot facility has a number of environmentally responsible features including a green roof and it maximizes the use of daylight with large glass windows. A recent $6 million renovation project, completed in 2005 more than doubled the size of the existing campus by adding 70,000 square feet. Renovated in 1998, the Hugh and Hazel Darling Law Library is the home of nearly 600,000 print volumes and has a comprehensive collection despite the relatively young age of the school’s program.
Established and reorganized in 1865, the campus is located within the Foggy Bottom neighborhood of the nation’s capitol. The University’s Li Ka Shing Library contains nearly 200,000 periodicals both print and electronic, and the building itself is a modern masterpiece of glass and greenery.
Founded in 1859, the campus recently underwent a complete renovation and expansion designed by Hartman-Cox Architects and Integrated Design Solutions.
Breaking ground just weeks after September 11th, the nine-story facility was designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, and incorporates architectural elements from two of the site’s neighboring buildings, the Judson House, and an 1830s row house.
Named for famed British philosopher and reformer Jeremy Bentham, the facility’s Bentham House was built in 1958 for the National Union of General and Municipal Workers. The Flavelle House was constructed in 1902 and left to the University in 1939 houses the Bora Laksin Law Library. The school’s modern and magnificent glass-covered structure offers students and faculty with state-of-the-art offices and lecture halls, as well as small informal meeting areas, and a student lounge. Architects used concrete and aluminum to mimic agricultural structures that are prevalent throughout the American Midwest.
Named for donors Leon and Dora Wolf, the facility achieved LEED Gold certification, and offers technology classrooms with touch-screen control systems.
The striking design is predicted to consume 50% less carbon than the previous facility that housed The School of Law, and includes a rainwater harvesting system to aid in energy efficient plumbing.
Prestigious and selective, the school is frequently listed as one of the country’s top law schools.
Relocating the school from its current location in Tempe to downtown Phoenix, the new building will house two levels of underground parking, a Great Hall with a wood ceiling, and multiple open air courtyards. The building’s highly sustainable design was created by architectural firm Broadway Malyan, and is naturally ventilated and filled with light. The Art Deco style structure was converted in 1997 to a state-of-the-art library and law school for Southwestern Law School. Established in 1969, the new campus was completed in 2011, and was designed by Carrier Johnson. Completed in 2008, the campus includes multiple lecture halls, smart classrooms, and a student lounge.
The SBA is represented by the Student Bar Council (SBC), which is made up of a six person Executive Board and 24 Representatives.
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Many of these buildings house some of the world’s most prestigious and selective law programs, and a number of them set a precedent for green building standards and solutions. Awarded in 1997 with the highest award for design, known as the Honor Award, from AIA Wisconsin, the building and its renovations beat over 80 competitors for the prize. The renovated 260,00 square feet that once functioned as condominium housing has been transformed into classrooms, library space, and faculty offices. Gargoyles and stone sculpture decorate the structure, which houses the law school’s classrooms, dining hall, library, and faculty offices.
The architects incorporated energy efficient lighting solutions as well as the use of abundant natural light to create an educational environment that simultaneously inspires and comforts. Characterized by strong lines and heavy materials, the Barco Law Building stands as a fortress within the city. The Neukom Building, which was completed in 2011 and was designed by Ennead Architects, incorporates quiet study areas for students as well as collaborative spaces to encourage discussion and communication. Founded in 1905, Fordham University School of Law campus is situated in thriving Lincoln Center and was designed to complement the neighborhood’s vibrant architectural backdrop.
The center features a rainwater-harvesting facility, green roof, and sunken garden with native plants. Currently located in the former home of Hartford Seminary, the program’s home exhibits a collegiate Gothic revival style, which was designed by Allen and Collens of Boston, and is on the list of the National Register of Historic Places.
Home to nearly 85,000 periodicals, the structure’s magnificent colored glass facade was intended to mimic the books inside, and includes 450 work stations to facilitate learning.
Named for donors Ray and Kay Eckstein, the building is also home to the Tory Hill Capfe as well as a chapel to offer students, faculty, and staff a place for quiet meditation. Bright colors, unconventional materials, and geometric shapes are featured throughout the campus and include the bright yellow facade of the Fritz B.
Greene Hall underwent an extensive renovation in 1996 by Polshek Partnership (now Ennead Architects), and again in 2008. Established in 1972 in Lansing, Michigan, the institution’s Auburn Hills campus recently received LEED Silver certification. With energy efficient lighting, modern classrooms, and a 100-seat lecture hall, the facility encourages social and interactive learning between students and faculty. The building incorporates large recessed windows, arched entranceways, and a variegated limestone facade as well as a student center and clinical wing. Constructed of Bedford limestone and dedicated in 1927, this Tudor Gothic structure was funded by Mrs. Connally Jr., a UT alumnus and benefactor, the Connally Center for the Administration of Justice was completed in 2000. Designed through collaboration between Smith Group and BKSK Architects, the 5-story building presents a striking glass facade, which brings ample natural light to the interior. Douglas Barclay Law Library, the college boasts a sizable collection of documents and artifacts belonging to former Supreme Court Justice Robert H. Recently relocated to a former customs house built in the late 19th century, the facility underwent an extensive renovation and was reopened in 2010. Designed with LEED certification in mind, Ennead Architects created a large curving glass structure to enclose the law library, the heart of any university program. The renovation and new building project include the addition of classrooms and a student center with large windows and a modern facade. The facility’s Tower Reading Room offers 360-degree views of the city, and the large reading room offers panoramic views of the Santa Monica Mountains. Tiered levels of windows are covered with lush plantings, and the interior space offers students express workstations, natural light, and skylights. The project entailed creating a new 100,000 square foot South Hall to blend with the campus’ current Collegiate Gothic style architecture. Cross Building has been the primary home of the University’s law department, as well as the home of the Bodleian Library.
Acquired by the school in 1965, it sits next door to the University’s Gideon Schreier Wing.
The building also has a moot court, student commons area, and classrooms, and plans to renovate and expand the structure are set for the near future.
The facility also contains a kitchen and dining facility and small rooms for quiet study, reflection, and meditation. Inspired by a grain silo, the building includes two trial courtrooms, classrooms, offices for faculty, and a law library. Energy efficient lighting was installed and includes roof top solar panels and an electric car charging station. The building includes a full courtroom, a meditation center, classrooms, and roof top solar panels.
Completed in 2007, the Wolf Law Library contains over 400,000 periodicals and includes a rare book room. Construction on the 280,000 square foot structure, which is composed of large boxes of glass and metal, is set for July 2014. Costing ?12 million, the new facility was created to house the school’s rapidly growing program, which was founded in 1899.

Achieving a LEED Gold certification, the school’s sustainability features include roof-mounted solar panels and water efficient landscaping. A courtroom and the school’s celebrated Student Law Office are also housed in the newly opened facility.
The modern structure has a curved glass exterior, 90% of the structural steel used in construction came from post-consumer recycled steel, and the facility utilizes a 20,000-gallon rainwater harvesting system to improve energy efficiency. A daycare is also located onsite and the building itself is named for Yale benefactor and graduate John William Sterling.
The designers also sought to reduce the 65,000 square foot structure’s environmental impact by installing ceiling fans for ventilation and large glass windows to maximize natural daylight.
The new building doubles the current educational facility and includes clinic areas and common spaces to facilitate learning, exchange of information, and collaboration. Also included in the structure is a non-emergency light shutoff system that automatically dims and reduces lighting after business hours, and fifty percent of the waste materials created during the building’s construction were recycled. Resembling 12th century French and English cathedrals, the structure showcases pointed arches and a stunning stone facade, characteristic of many on New England’s finest college campuses. Refurbished classrooms provide students and faculty with cutting edge technology, and the newly renovated J.
The design also incorporates a roof deck garden, and numerous floor-to-ceiling windows to allow for maximized use of natural light.
The library also includes a napping area, computer labs, and a theater, as well as a kindergarten. The recent addition, designed by Paul Segal Associates includes a lounge, cafe, and outdoor terrace as well as 29 faculty offices.
Renovations to the existing structure and an additional 64,000 square feet were designed by SHW Group architects and engineers, and include a green roof, rainwater-harvesting system, low flow plumbing, and an energy efficient lighting system. Designed by Kohn Pederson Fox and Mahlum Architects, the nearly 200,000 square foot building was partially funded with help from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Designers accessed the space’s natural light with large windows, and the three story structure functions as an example for state-of-the-art green building solutions. An 875-seat conference center and multiple classrooms facilitate an enhanced learning environment through collaboration, creativity, and teamwork.
Rachel Mayer in memory of her husband, and has been an icon of the law school for nearly a century. Connected to the law school’s Townes Hall, another four-story addition added 40,000 square feet to the facility and cost nearly $11 million. With layered glass transparencies and light-filled open spaces, the new entrance provides scenic views of the city as well as comfortable conference rooms and a student lounge to facilitate interactive learning, community, and scholarship between students and faculty. Architect Bill Nixon took care to preserve many of the building’s original details including the decorative ceiling and an old federal courtroom. The university is located in the Westwood neighborhood and is near to many of Los Angeles’ favorite tourist sites. The 100,000 square foot, five-story structure will house state-of-the-art classrooms, more study space for students, and energy efficient facilities. Designed by Graae + Sparks Architects, the preserved facade includes the original President’s House and is just a short walk to the White House.
Set to open in 2017, the University’s new building project, the Kwa Geok Choo Library will provide a stunning accompaniment to a campus that already stands as a bastion of modern architecture.
The 175,000 square foot structure is covered with light-filled windows, and functions as a central hub of scholarship and education. Expanded in the 2000s, the program is known as one of the best in the UK and boasts famous alumnus Mahatma Gandhi. The building also has a large business center for conferences and presentations, and the space can easily be divided into classrooms as needed. A dramatic example of modern architecture, the light filled interior and large welcoming entrance function as an excellent model for university design. The building was composed of 59% locally manufactured materials, and the structure houses the William A. Designed specifically with sustainability in mind, the Law Court Building functions an intriguing example of the future of modern building, both aesthetically and pragmatically. The library’s reading room is comprised of floor-to-ceiling windows and the library itself contains numerous areas for quiet study and relaxation. The Ross-Blakley Law Library will occupy multiple floors of the structure, and a cafe and school retail space will be located on the 1st floor. While excavating the site in 2009, workers uncovered the remains of an ancient mammoth as well as the skeleton of a 500-thousand-year-old Gray Whale. Eco-friendly features include a central shaft through the building, which provides abundant daylight and reduces the building’s need for interior light fixtures. The stipend will be $25,000, plus a research allowance of $5,000 and benefits that include health insurance.
Currently the only law school facility in Michigan to be recognized by the US Green Building Council, building architects also sought to maximize light and air flow throughout the structure with large windows and open spaces. With stunning glass elements and artworks throughout, including sculpture by Doris Chase and Takuji Yamashito, the building is located in Seattle’s University District. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places, the building houses a number of small study spaces and offices, and though updated for efficiency, retains much of its original Southern charm.
New landscaping of the structure will include the incorporation of native and ornamental plantings, and will include an expansion of the Pappas Law Library. Housing over 600,000 volumes, the Jacob Burns Law Library is also onsite, and provides students with ample space for quiet study.
Aikens Commons was constructed on an unused greenway between the Legal Research Building and Hutchins Hall. Wise Law Library, home to the Rocky Mountain region’s most comprehensive collection of law periodicals and materials. Multiple group study rooms encourage dialogue and cooperative communication, and Ping-Pong tables, pool table, and chessboards promote healthy play and fellowship. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, the Bullocks Wilshire also achieved status as a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument. Solar panels were also installed to reduce energy consumption, and common areas promote communication and collaboration.
Barco, former graduates of the institution, the building was designed by Johnstone, Newcomer and Valentour.
Diamond Law Library which houses over one million volumes, Columbia Law School is one of the most prestigious in the world and has graduated distinguished alumni, notably Theodore Roosevelt and Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Also housing 655,000 volumes, the Marian Gould Gallagher Law Library is available to students, faculty, practitioners, and offers numerous reading rooms and smart classrooms throughout the facility.
Construction on the entire project began in 1995, and the building and its additions were dedicated in 2011. Designed by Syracuse University Architecture alumnus Richard Gluckman of Gluckman Mayner, the structure is seeking LEED Gold certification. The building includes a large central atrium and cutting edge technology in the form of metal sunscreens that control the facility’s intake of natural light. Completed applications, including letters of reference, must be received by January 10, 2013, in order to ensure full consideration.
Home to the Barco Law Library, which houses nearly 425,000 volumes, the structure also contains classrooms, offices, and the Teplitz Memorial Moot Courtroom. With large, horizontally oriented metal-framed plate glass windows, and an iconic monumental staircase, the building was partially renovated in 2011.
About Scholarship:?The Institute for Legal Studies of the University of Wisconsin Law School will appoint a post-doctoral fellow for the 2013-14 academic year.
We invite applications from scholars who are in the early (pre-tenure) stage of their career or whose careers have been interrupted or delayed.
Eligibility is limited to humanities or social science scholars who work in the law and society tradition, for example, anthropologists, economists, historians, political scientists, and sociologists. Advanced ABD graduate students may apply, but the PhD must be completed before beginning the fellowship. The stipend will be $25,000, plus a research allowance of $5,000 and benefits that include health insurance.?

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