This summer, Brooklyn Law School opened new offices on the 20th and 21st Floors at 111 Livingston Street, moving administrative offices and student programs from One Boerum Place to a more modern, light-filled space designed to foster collaboration and communication between and among students, faculty, and staff. Part of the library at 250 Joralemon also got a new look designed for collaborative work.
At 111 Livingston Street, the Law School has created a welcoming space for individuals and groups to work and study, including a collaborative workspace for small legal writing classes and several workrooms dedicated to clinics. The new space is also home to the Career Center, the Legal Writing Center, the Public Service Law Center, Alumni Relations and Development, CUBE, Finance, Human Resources, IT, and Student Services.
Above, Board of Trustees Chairman Stuart Subotnick ’68
cuts the ribbon at 111 Livingston surrounded by members of the
Board, the dean, students, senior administrators,
and the architects of the project.