Koret Law Center
Comprised of Kendrick Hall and the Dorraine Zief Law Library, the USF School of Law offers full-time and part-time programs for the Juris Doctor degree, as well as Master of Laws (LL.M.) degree program. Established in 1912, the School of Law has nearly 700 enrolled students and awards about 200 Juris Doctor degrees from each year.
Kendrick Hall opened in 1962, and was completely renovated in 2003. The building's unique circular construction, surrounding a dramatic central atrium, provides one of the most interesting architectural environments on campus. Kendrick is home to lecture halls, seminar rooms, a moot court room, faculty and administrative offices, student lounge and meeting space, and an art gallery.
Built in 2000, the library is a 49,000-square-foot, three-story facility fully equipped with the most advanced technological infrastructure and more than 350,000 volumes of print and electronic legal materials.
Located in the Koret Law Center: