The Buildings: Capital Hall

Overlooking Tenley Circle, historic Capital Hall reflects the law school’s proud history and projects our ambitions for the future.

Capital Hall will serve as both the administrative and student centers of the law school, housing the Dean’s Office, Academic Affairs, Admissions, Office of Career and Professional Development, Financial Aid, and Student Services.

Capital Hall’s interior is being renovated to adapt most of the existing structure for office and small meeting use. The lower level will be converted to student offices for legal briefs, journals, and student organizations.

The building’s existing exterior court will be transformed into an enclosed atrium that will connect to a new law school building on Yuma Street. The atrium will serve as a common area for the east end of the campus.

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