Law Classroom Photo

Elon Law students have access to first-rate facilities and technology

The law school building, named in honor of Greensboro business leader and philanthropist H. Michael Weaver, underwent a $6 million renovation before the charter class enrolled in fall 2006.

Wireless Internet access is available throughout the 84,000-square-foot facility.

Building hours generally match those of the law school library, but please refer to the calendar link here for up to date hours.

The main floor includes the following:

Exterior of Robert E. Long Courtroom

  • Weaver Lobby, which is used for a variety of receptions and gatherings
  • Robert E. Long Courtroom — home of the North Carolina Business Court
  • Stanley and Dorothy Frank Conference/Jury Room
  • Tobee and Leonard Kaplan Classroom
  • A multipurpose classroom that serves as a second courtroom
  • Dean’s suite and conference rooms
  • Office space for faculty, administration and student organizations
  • Office space for the North Carolina Business Court

The upper level includes the following:

Students walking up law school stairs

  • Cemala Foundation Commons
  • Legal Grounds Coffee Shop
  • Lincoln Financial Group Classroom
  • Lorillard Classroom
  • An additional high-tech classroom
  • Two seminar rooms
  • Faculty offices

The lower floor and mezzanine are the location of the law library, which includes the following:

Students working in the library

  • An extensive print and electronic collection
  • Study carrels and comfortable furniture
  • Tannenbaum Sternberger Leadership Studies Room
  • Computer lab
  • Numerous group study rooms and staff offices