If the amenities of the building where you end up studying law are not your first considerations at this point in your legal career, they soon will be. You're going be spending many, many hours studying and going to classes there. Your facilities need to be the best.
That's why Baylor Law School's Sheila & Walter Umphrey Law Center was designed to be truly be state-of-the-art. It is one of the nation's premier law school facilities. The school sits on the banks of the Brazos River, with expansive water views from the library, the student lounge, and veranda. The building's aesthetic appeal, the view of the water, and even the landscaping provide the sense of calm and quiet needed for rigorous study and focus.
In its 128,000 square feet of space you'll find classrooms that are both spacious and comfortable, fully functional and professional courtrooms, roomy faculty offices designed with student/professor mentoring in mind, research labs with cutting-edge technology, and an extensive law library, all spread over three levels.
Even burning the midnight oil is a pleasure here, rather than a chore, thanks to the abundance of study carrels, reading rooms, and conference rooms of various sizes. You'll also find WiFi connectivity throughout Baylor Law School, dataports at every seat, and full access to numerous databases, including Westlaw and Lexis Nexis.
Baylor Law School is designed for the 21st Century and beyond.