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Published on Feb 10, 2016
The Vanderbilt Law School building is one of the most pleasant, comfortable and well-designed law school facilities in the nation. The building's commodious design reflects the tradition, the character and the stature of Vanderbilt University Law School. Ample classrooms, wide corridors, spacious offices, natural light, a central courtyard and numerous study areas foster the teaching, research and intellectual and social interactions that are the core of the Vanderbilt Law School experience. - Originally constructed in 1962 - Expanded and renovated in 1982 - Extensively renovated and expanded in 2002 - 178,000 square feet - Wireless internet access The law school's doors are open Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. For security reasons, building access during evenings, weekends and holidays is limited to law faculty, students, staff and authorized library patrons, and a valid student, faculty or staff ID is required to enter the building. Access may also be granted to guests who make prior arrangements for a weekend visit to the law school. Recorded 2015-16.