School of Law Center, Mount Carmel CampusEver since Quinnipiac's School of Law Center opened in 1995, students have considered its pleasing setting and handsome architecture to be a significant feature of their learning experience.
The Quinnipiac University School of Law integrates technology throughout the law school experience, especially within the building itself. You'll find wireless computer access in all classrooms and study areas. Learn more
The School of Law Center offers elegant gathering places for group and individual study, from rich, oak tables and benches to lounge seating. The abundance of natural light, graceful architecture and comfortable seating in the law center creates a beautiful environment in which to study. There are offices for a law review, two law journals and the Student Bar Association.
The Grand Courtroom is designed as a place where students can conduct a mock trial before a judge and jury and make appellate arguments to a panel of judges. On several occasions it has hosted sessions of the Connecticut Supreme and Appellate Courts. It also serves as a spacious lecture hall for guest speakers who visit the School of Law.
Recognized by the American Institute of Architects and the Library Administration and Management Association with an Award of Excellence for Library Architecture, the law library houses more than 425,000 volumes and offers wireless access throughout. Learn more
Silver, Golub & Teitell Trial Practice Room
The Silver, Golub & Teitell Trial Practice Room is designed like a trial courtroom to accommodate a judge and jury. It includes a judge's bench, witness stand, jury box, counsel tables and a court stenographer table. Much smaller than the law school's Grand Courtroom, it provides a more intimate setting for trial law.