Classroom Renovations Possible Through Generosity of Donors

Significant progress has been made on the renovations in the classroom wing during the last three years. We have completely refurbished the student commons area on the first floor and a number of adjacent spaces--the career services suite, Washer Lounge, the Lively Wilson Oral Advocacy office, two seminar rooms and the auditorium classrooms honoring the legacy of Wilson Wyatt.

The renovation of two more classrooms has been completed this fall. One honors the Class of '79; the other recognizes the distinguished law career and public service contributions of former Louisville mayor Frank W. Burke '48, thanks to a leadership gift from his son-in-law, Dennis Clare '68, and gifts from alumni and Burke's friends. The Frank Burke Classroom will be dedicated during the 2007 Dean's Holiday Reception.

Below are photos from some of our newly renovated classrooms.

The WilsonWyatt Classroom

The Women Lawyers Classroom

Classroom LL75 was dedicated to the graduates of classes 1948 - 1956

Generous contributions have allowed us to upgrade the technology available to faculty and students in our renovated classrooms.