The design of Seton Hall Law School's building is open and welcoming, a reflection of the faculty and administration's commitment to students. A striking five-story, glass-encased atrium warms and illuminates the "urban quad." Offices, classrooms, moot court rooms, and library are inter-connected by balconies overlooking the atrium. The building has unusually large student space, including student journal offices, student organizations, lounges, meeting rooms, a chapel, a cafeteria, and a cafe. Faculty offices line the skywalks and are open for student drop-ins.
Peter W. Rodino, Jr., Law Library
Located on three floors with 65,000 square feet and 16 reading rooms, the Peter W. Rodino, Jr., Law Library accommodates 600 students and includes 50 terminals for student use with connections to Lexis and Westlaw national legal databases. There are an additional 100 computer workstations available for student access, including an electronic classroom. The Law Library is a strong research facility serving Seton Hall University students, alumni, and the Bench and Bar of New Jersey. Its collection contains more than 425,000 volumes and volume equivalents covering a wide array of law and law-related subjects. Health and environmental law are areas of particular strength. The Rodino Library is a depository for U.S. government documents and for New Jersey State documents.