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, available here.

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