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Sterling Law Building
Yale Law School is housed in the Sterling Law Building, which occupies one city block at the heart of Yale University, close to downtown New Haven. Constructed in 1931, the building was modeled on the idea of the English Inns of Court. Classrooms, offices, the law library, two student computer labs, and the dining hall surround a pleasant courtyard. A day care center is located on site. Check the building’s map...

Technology Services
Yale Law School provides a complete information technology environment with Internet access from every classroom seat, a full-service computer lab, laser printing, and wireless networking in common areas. Students can access the Yale Network from on or off campus. More on Information Technology Services...

The Lillian Goldman Law Library contains nearly one million print volumes and provides access to and training in a wide range of domestic, foreign, and international law databases. All of the law library's online resources are available to students working anywhere in the world as well as within the confines of the law library's exceptionally beautiful space. Many of the law library’s multilingual staff are trained in the law in addition to librarianship, making them exceptional instructors of legal research.