Using our Facilities
John Rogers Hall
John Rogers Hall is "home base" to the TU College of Law and features state-of-the-art electronic classrooms, computer labs, and wireless internet as well as faculty offices.
The Boesche Legal Clinic was established to provide law students with hands-on training while assisting low-income clients with legal problems. Many clinic clients would not be able to obtain legal counsel if the clinic's services were not available. They come to us from an array of cultures, religions, affiliations, and backgrounds.
Students enrolled in the Immigrant Rights Project provide representation to non-citizens in immigration matters.
When it opened in 2000, the $11.5 million MLIC was highlighted as a "Fabulous Facility" in American Library's architectural issue. The National Jurist ranked the MLIC as one of the country's top tier law school libraries. In addition to more the 300,000 volumes and other legal research materials, it also houses the law journal offices, collaborative study rooms, and computer labs and is wi-fi accessible throughout.
WM. Stuart Price and Michael C. Turpen Courtroom
The courtroom offers state-of-the-art technology including a modern evidence presentation system featuring LCD projectors for both the jury and the audience, permanently mounted cameras, a sound amplification system, and other advantages. This venue is ideal for use as a working courtroom, for simulations, and for general classroom needs.