Stanford Law School maintains the intimacy of its small size while offering the vast resources that come with a research university. The central location of Stanford Law on the University campus provides easy access to interdisciplinary resources and faculty.
Providing the tools, resources and staff necessary to support the dynamically evolving Stanford Law program, the Robert Crown Law Library also houses a newly renovated reading room-a comfortable place to study and collaborate.
Stanford University added much needed graduate student housing this year with completion of the first phase of construction of this high-end apartment complex, the Munger Graduate Residence. Made possible with a generous gift from Charles and Nancy Munger (BA '45), the Residence will be a model for interdisciplinary living and learning for law and graduate students from across Stanford University.
The William H. Neukom Building, a new academic building which opened in 2011, strengthens the law school community and overall campus integration by fostering the interdisciplinary collaboration essential to a rich educational experience. Prominently situated south of the existing law school complex, this 65,000-square-foot building creates a new focal point along the route that connects the campus's residential and academic precincts and provides much-needed clinic, seminar, meeting, and office space.
Crown Quadrangle is a two-building complex which houses the Robert Crown Law Library, classrooms in F.I.R. Hall (gift of Frederick I. Richman), a moot courtroom, administrative offices, meeting rooms for student organizations, and a student lounge and cafe, among other resources.
With 65 graduate departments and programs in seven schools, 19 libraries, more than 4,500 externally sponsored research projects on 8,180 acres, the lively Stanford University campus is a draw for speakers, performers, and scholars from around the world.