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Penn State Law Facilities
Located on Penn State's University Park campus, Lewis Katz Building in University Park is home to both the Law School and the School of International Affairs. Dedicated in 2010, the building is LEED-certified and contains a number of "green" features such as a vegetated green roof, bike racks, abundant use of natural light, and locally sourced materials.
The Lewis Katz Building is north of Park Avenue at University Park.
Penn State Law facilities have state-of-the-art AV equipment that allows for real-time, two-way communication with speakers around the globe.
The third-floor reading room in the Lewis Katz Building overlooks Mount Nittany, Park Avenue, and other Penn State campus landmarks.
The library in University Park contains ramped study space that overlooks the Penn State Arboretum and other campus landmarks.
The courtroom in Lewis Katz Building was designed with the help of judges and practitioners. Since the building's dedication in 2010, it has hosted several special sessions of state and federal courts. Filming of the television and web-based series "World on Trial" takes place here.
The Greg Sutliff Auditorium in University Park is designed for community events and can connect in real time to speakers and programs worldwide.
Plenty of indoor and outdoor study space is available inside and outside of the Lewis Katz Building.