250 Joralemon Street - Main Campus
In recent years, the Law School has completed several major renovations, including redesigning the student lounge and adding a new reading room. The first-floor lounge is a comfortable space for students to relax and socialize. The addition of a giant presentation screen and upgraded audio-visual capabilities make it a state-of-the-art event space. The tour also features the elegant Joseph Crea Reading Room and the bright, modern Phyllis and Bernard Nash Reading Room / Collaboration Space.
The Moot Court Room on the 7th floor was also recently renovated to be more flexible for use as an event space. In 2020, large classrooms were given tech upgrades to better accommodate hybrid learning with some students socially distanced in class and others joining remotely.
Subotnick Center is on the 10th and 11th floor of the Law School and offers beautiful views of Brooklyn. It is a full-service venue used by both faculty and students for presentations, panel discussions, lunches, alumni dinners, and networking events. Look out the front windows for a glimpse of the courts and the Brooklyn Bridge.
The 4th-floor dining hall has two floors and a large balcony. It is attached to the Sterling Cafe which offers a selection of hot and cold meals. There is also a separate smaller dining room with vending machines, refrigerators, and microwaves. Step out onto the balcony to see more beautiful Brooklyn views.
205 State Street - Feil Residence Hall
Located in Brooklyn Heights just three blocks from the Law School’s main building, Feil Hall provides spacious, affordable, and convenient campus living for approximately 365 students within 239 furnished apartments. Brooklyn Law School guarantees housing for all first-year students who submit their housing application by May 1st. The apartments range from studios to 4-bedroom, 2-bath units, and in Feil, all apartments come with basic furnishings. Apartment 5Q, shown here, is an extra-large one bedroom. For floor plans and prices, visit the website.