Campbell Law School

Opening new doors

Our campus is a cutting-edge, student-focused facility just blocks away from the legislative, judicial and executive heart of North Carolina. The modern, state-of-the-art building supports the educational needs of our students, as well as the research and teaching demands of our accomplished faculty and staff.

 

Campbell Law’s campus includes:

* Grand reception foyer

* Career interview rooms

* Chapel

* 12 classrooms

* 177-seat auditorium

* Bookstore

* Law Library

* Student Commons

* Coffee shop

* Student organization offices

* 2 trial courtrooms

* Legal Writing Suite

* 2 law clinics

* Faculty offices

* Dean’s Suite

* Parking for students, faculty, and staff

The public floor

 

The first floor includes offices for student admissions, career and professional services, alumni relations, development and communications.

Pavilion Entrance. Accessible from the surface parking lot (entrance on Hillsborough Street). 

Grand Reception Foyer. This formal area offers more than 2,000 square feet of space for Law School and Campbell University special events when we host alumni, students, friends and the community. 

Career, Professional Development, Alumni Relations & Development Suite. Students and alumni can use these facilities for professional development, networking, and furthering their searches for internships and employment. 

Career Interview Rooms. A private setting for one-on-one interviews with potential employers. 

Chapel. A quiet space for reflection, meditation and worship. 

 
 

Auditorium. The 177-seat auditorium is designed for use as a classroom, as well as a space for guest speakers, panels, and other events. 

Center for Technology & Learning (Law Library). The lower level of the library holds sections of the hard copy collection, the attorney resource room and multiple study areas.

The student floor

 

The second floor houses offices, the majority of the Center for Technology & Learning, a large student commons area for studying and socialization, a coffee shop and café, and offices and meeting spaces for student government and clubs.

Center for Technology & Learning (Law Library). The two-story library offers more than 190,000 titles in an extensive digital, fiche and hard copy collection, as well as individual study areas and eight group study rooms. 

Student Commons. A 4,000-square-foot Student Commons provides a dynamic space for students to study, socialize and relax between classes. 

Coffee Shop. Offers beverages and light food daily. 

 
 

Student Bar Association, Publications & Club Offices. The Student Bar Association, Campbell Law Review, Campbell Law Observer and other student organizations have space to meet and work on projects. 

The academic floor

 

The third floor includes three courtrooms and seven classrooms featuring the latest in instructional and learning technology.

Lecture Classrooms. With seating for 60–110 people, these classrooms are ideal for lectures, student group events, panel discussions, and other uses.

Seminar Classrooms. With seating for 25–40 people, these classrooms offer a more intimate setting for group discussion and debate.

Trial Courtrooms. Two spacious courtrooms provide a real-world setting for learning courtroom decorum.

North Carolina Business Court. The North Carolina Business Court, Raleigh division, is housed here, making Campbell one of just a few law schools in the country to be affiliated with a working court. 

 

Legal Writing Suite. A spacious suite where legal writing faculty provide critical support and one-on-one instruction to students. 

Law Clinics. Both the Juvenile Justice Program and Senior Law clinics that serve community needs and interests are integral to Campbell Law's educational program. 

The administrative floor

 

The fourth floor houses the Dean's Suite, faculty offices and key administrative offices for the registrar and information technology. In addition, there are five seminar-style classrooms that seat 25–40 individuals.

Dean's Suite. The Dean's Suite houses a large conference room and offices for the Dean, Vice Dean, Academic Dean, and Campbell University President. 

Faculty Offices. Each of our faculty members subscribe to an open-door policy and student access is encouraged. More than 30 offices provide each member of the law faculty with space to work, write, and meet with students. 

 

EXPLORE OUR CAMPUS
Explore each floor of our new Raleigh campus through photography. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words! Click here to view photos.
 
VISIT OUR CAMPUS
We invite you to visit our campus in downtown Raleigh. Just steps beyond our front door stands the North Carolina Capitol Building, the North Carolina Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, and State Legislature. Information on visiting our campus is located here.