NDLS Classes Resume Jan. 12, 2009
The University of Notre Dame Law School will be closed Christmas Eve until Jan. 5, 2009, when faculty and staff return. Classes begin Monday, Jan. 12, in the new Eck Hall of Law—a three-story, 85,000-square-foot building that is on the site of the former campus post office. Eck Hall will be composed primarily of a new moot courtroom, classrooms and faculty offices.
At the same time, renovation will begin on the old law school building, which will be renamed Biolchini Hall. The structure will house an expanded Kresge Law Library, and will include two 50-seat classrooms, new space for Notre Dame Law Review, and new offices and work space for admissions and career services. The exterior of the building, including masonry, windows and roofing, will be restored where necessary.
A covered archway will link Biolchini Hall to the adjacent Eck Hall of Law.
To view images of the Law School expansion, including a live Webcam, click on this link: /about/law-school-expansion