Law School Facilities
The Law School is housed in the recently renovated Edward J. Hanley Hall and newly constructed Dr. John E. Murray, Jr. Pavilion at the heart of Duquesne University’s hilltop campus. The combined structures occupy nearly 125,000 square feet and are the hub of a Duquesne Law student’s experience. Administrative and faculty offices, classrooms of various sizes, two courtrooms, study areas and a multilevel law library are all under one roof, along with a locker room, café, lounge area and offices for student organizations.
Offices and conference areas for the School’s in-house clinics are located in nearby Fisher Hall. Law School facilities feature state-of-the-art computer and audio/video technology for teaching, research and administrative functions.
Law School students also have full rights and privileges to use all of the other amenities on Duquesne’s modern 47-acre campus, including computer laboratories, the University’s Gumberg Library, dining services and extensive recreational facilities.
Duquesne’s campus offers the best of both worlds – a safe, private enclave for academic pursuits located only steps away from Pittsburgh’s vibrant urban center.