The School of Law includes three adjacent buildings: Knowles Center, which houses offices and the four-floor Law Library; Cargill Hall, home to most of our faculty and some administrative offices as well as small seminar rooms and lecture halls; and Dockser Hall, which includes a moot courtroom, classrooms, seminar rooms, offices and lounge areas and ample space for the law school's clinical program. Dockser Hall, renovated in 2008, earned the gold level of the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building System.
After exercising your brain, you can work out by heading to the Marino Center, our state-of-the-art, 81,000 square-foot workout facility to work out the rest of your body or hit the Rosen Squashbusters Center for a nice stress-relieving squash match. Or you can get fit by pacing (and practicing your rhetorical skills) back in our moot courtroom. When you need to refuel, head to Northeastern University’s Curry Student Center to grab a bite in the food court or relax with a cup of coffee in the café.