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Facilities & Resources


The physical facilities of Florida State University College of Law consist of Roberts Hall, the connected Research Center, the Village Green, which is comprised of four restored houses, and the Advocacy Center. The 50,000-square-foot Advocacy Center opened in January 2012 and is devoted to using the third year of law school to better prepare students for immediate entry into the legal professor. It houses five courtrooms for advocacy training, suites of offices for the business faculty and environmental faculty, and offices for the faculty and students serving clients in the Public Interest Law Center.


All of the law school's classrooms are either new or recently remodeled. Classrooms are equipped with technology podiums that allow professors to present multimedia lectures. A strong wireless infrastructure allows students to utilize the Internet during class, throughout the building, and outdoors.

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Rotunda and Village Green

Research Center

Outside Study Areas

Student Lounge

First District
Court of Appeal