The College of Law occupies nine floors of DePaul University’s Lewis and O’Malley buildings and is only two blocks from the state and federal courts, Chicago Bar Association headquarters and LaSalle Street—Chicago’s historic legal and financial center.
Through our wireless network, students with laptop computers can access the Internet from anywhere in the law school, including the library, classrooms, student lounge, and organization and journal offices. Although all law courses are held in the Loop, students commuting from other parts of the city and suburbs are free to use DePaul’s main campus facilities in Lincoln Park and satellite campuses in Oak Forest, Naperville, Rolling Meadows and O’Hare.
Law students also have direct access to the facilities of the DePaul Center, a Chicago landmark that houses the College of Commerce, the Office of Financial Aid, a student center with a cafeteria and recreational facilities, and a Barnes & Noble bookstore that serves both the university and the public.
Students with Disabilities
All College of Law classrooms and facilities are wheelchair accessible. Students with visual or hearing impairments can easily make arrangements to meet their personal needs by contacting the Office of Students with Disabilities. Project PluS, administered by DePaul’s School of Education, provides support services for students with learning disabilities through small group and one-on-one sessions.