Eck Hall of LawNotre Dame IN View Map
Jarob partnered with the designer of this project, Cardosi-Kiper Design Group (Chicago, IL) as well as with the University of Notre Dame on this project.
In 2001, The Law School embarked on a $57,680,000 expansion and renovation plan. The new building houses classrooms, faculty offices, and administrative office space, and connects to the “old” structure by a covered walkway and chapel at ground level, and by a commons area above.
Renovation of the gothic structure that has been home to The Law School since the 1930s has already begun. When completed in June 2010, that structure will house a renovated Law Library and administrative office space.
- Total Project Cost – $57,680,000
Includes Expansion (Eck Hall of Law) and
Renovation of existing Law School (Biolchini Hall)
- Total Gross Square Feet for Eck Hall of Law – 85,500 gsf
- Total Gross Square Feet for Eck Hall of Law and Biolchini Hall – 192,000 gsf
- Eck Family Groundbreaking – July 31, 2007
- Faculty and Staff Move In – January 5, 2009
- Classroom Space
Two (2) 105-seat lecture halls
Two (2) 70-seat lecture halls
Three (3) 24-seat seminar rooms
Two (2) 22-seat seminar rooms
One (1) Computer Lab
A Variety of Skills Training Rooms
One (1) 205-seat Moot Courtroom
- Faculty and Staff Office Space
New offices for Law faculty and staff
- Student Activities, Services and Amenities
ND Law Review
Journal of Law Ethics and Public Policy
Journal of Legislation
Journal of College and University Law
Student Bar Association
- Audio/Visual Technology
The University worked with one of the best audio/visual consulting firms in the country, Waveguide Consulting, Inc., to design and develop state-of-the-art classroom and courtroom technology for the needs of the students and faculty.