Seattle University School of Law
Seattle University’s School of Law provides a key link between the University chapel, library and student center quad. The 140,000 sf building integrates diverse elements of campus life, including a law library, auditorium, classrooms, faculty offices, and student services, while providing multiple informal commons areas to encourage student/faculty interaction. Each of the 840 study stations in the building has power and data connections for integrated laptop computer use, eliminating the need for dedicated computer labs. In association with Olson Sundberg Architects of Seattle, Washington.