Virtual Campus Tour


Emory Law offers an online virtual tour of some campus spaces. 

The virtual tour requires Apple's QuickTime™ software. You can download the QuickTime™ player for free at Apple's website.
 

Gambrell Hall


Gambrell Hall serves as home to Emory Law. When it opened in the early 1970s, the school's enrollment nearly doubled. As a law student, you will attend most of your classes in Gambrell. Emory Law's Barton Child Law and Policy Center, Barton Juvenile Defender Clinic and Turner Environmental Law Clinic are located in the North Decatur Building, a short walk away from Gambrell.

Gambrell Hall Tour Images

Bacardi Plaza and Bacardi Lounge: Named for alumnus Facundo Bacardi 96L, Bacardi Lounge serves as a meeting place for students to relax and study while Bacardi Plaza plays host to law school events such as weekly SBA keg parties, opening celebrations and other social events.
Bacardi Plaza 360-degree view >
Bacardi Lounge 360-degree view >

The "Bus Station": A common meeting area for students, the "bus station" provides an area for student organizations and other campus groups to advertise information on upcoming activities. The lockers that surround this area are shared by students and assigned at the beginning of the academic year.
Bus Station 360-degree view >

Student Lounge: The student lounge on the first floor offers a quiet spot to relax and take a break.
Student Lounge 360-degree view >

Tuttle Court Room (1C): All students participate in the Trial Techniques Program during their second year of law school. This program teaches students practical trial advocacy skills and culminates in a week of arguments in front of practitioners from across the country. This room also is used for competitions and Moot Court.
Tuttle Court Room 360-degree view >

First-Floor Classroom: One of the large classrooms on the first floor. Most first-year students will attend classes on this floor.
First-Floor Classroom 360-degree
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"The Beach": The grassy area on the North Decatur Road side of Gambrell Hall provides a grassy spot for Emory Law's annual Hooding and Diploma Ceremony as well as various student events throughout the year.
Gambrell Hall Beach 360-degree
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Hunter Atrium: The third-floor atrium serves as a meeting space for various law school events, including dinners, receptions and conference space.
Hunter Atrium 360-degree view >

Tull Auditorium: Tull is the largest auditorium on the Emory University campus and hosts numerous law school and university conferences and events.
Tull Auditorium 360-degree view >

Distinguished Alumni Hall of Honor: The Distinguished Alumni Hall of Honor is home to photos and biographies of alumni who have been honored with Emory Law's Distinguished Alumni Award.
Alumni Hall of Honor 360-degree
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Fifth Floor Classroom: The fifth floor of Gambrell Hall provides a number of classroom spaces.
Fifth Floor Classroom 360-degree
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Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library


Opened in 1995, the Hugh F. MacMillan Law Library provides a modern, attractive and comfortable option for law students to study and review. With more than 400,000 volumes, the library provides access to primary and secondary resources in U.S. and British law as well as international law. The Law Library's 15 staff members provide research support to students, faculty and staff. There are multiple spaces for small group study sessions as well as a number of larger reading rooms. 

Main Reading Room: The library's main reading room.
View Reading Room 360-degree
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King & Spalding Reading Room: The King & Spalding Reading Room was named after a gift from the firm to Emory Law's MacMillan Law Library.
K&S Reading Room 360-degree
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Third-Floor Reading Room: One of the largest reading rooms in the library, the third floor reading room offers a number of sunny and quiet spaces for students to review and study.
Third-Floor Reading Room 360-degree
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