The Liberty Building
The 21st Century Law School for Leeds
The University's ambitious plans for a new School of Law building culminated in the School's re-location to the newly named Liberty Building in January 2011.
The development, which involved an investment of around £12m, underlines the world-class reputation of Leeds' premier Law School as the prime centre for legal education and research.
The new building provides the 21st century version of the Law School, founded in 1899, with superb facilities. The building accommodates our growing number of staff and students.
This new, purpose-built facility reflects our wishes to offer our students excellence in learning and teaching and to engage with communities beyond the university, including legal practitioners, school students and other groups, through expanded pro bono initiatives, innocence projects and court technologies. We are now enabled to conduct and host visiting scholars and academic events in line with our inportant research objectives.
We are confident our new building can provide opportunities for all to share in the excellence and inspiration of our progressive and highly regarded Law School during its second century of existence.
CAD animation of the new building
To learn more about about the 21st Century Law School for Leeds, contact Professor Walker at email@example.com.