Housed in a modern, spacious facility overlooking the Charles River, the law school complex encompasses the Sumner M. Redstone Building—a five-story classroom building that opened in 2014—and the 17-story law tower—which re-opened in 2015 after a complete renovation. The facility has been awarded LEED Gold certification for its many sustainability features and recognized for its architectural significance by the Boston Preservation Alliance and the Massachusetts Historical Commission.
Many spaces in the upper floors of the tower offer stunning views of the city of Boston, and the Redstone Building features classrooms with state-of-the-art technology, welcoming gathering areas for students, and convenient study spaces.
Barristers Hall, Classroom 102, and the Butler Atrium.
“Advancing Justice Since Day One” Alumni Mural, law school lockers, and McCausland Commons.
Second-floor Circulation Desk, Pappas Reading Room, New Library Reading Room, Quiet Study Room, and private study rooms.
Journal Offices and Classroom 410 are located on the floor 4. Legal Writing Offices, New Practice Courtroom, Student Affairs Office, and the Charles River Room are located on the floor 5.
Career Development & Public Service Office Interview Rooms
Graduate Student Study Lounge