One look and you’ll see how Texas Wesleyan’s recent $6.5 million renovation has transformed the school to benefit you – the student.
Every detail of the renovation and expansion was designed to make the learning environment more conducive for you. From the new 261-seat Amon G. Carter Lecture Hall to the Dee J. Kelly Law Library reading room, the renovation was created to provide more space for student interaction and learning.
The expansion of the second and third floors added 40,000 square feet to create several seminar and conference rooms, four 100-seat classrooms, a conference center, and the Amon G. Carter Lecture Hall. The Lecture Hall serves as a spacious hall for guest speakers who visit the School of Law. During the building dedication, the Lecture Hall hosted a presentation from United States Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy.
Texas Wesleyan has created numerous areas for individual and group study. On the second floor, you’ll find a large student lounge, a conveniently located computer lab, and expanded bookstore. Offices were also created for our active student life groups, such at the Student Bar Association and the Texas Wesleyan Law Review.
Dee J. Kelly Law Library
The first-class renovation to the Dee J. Kelly Law Library offers a comfortable environment in which you can concentrate on your studies. The large reading room at the entrance of the library contains numerous desks with four Internet connections per table for quick online research. You can also access the new group study rooms or the designated quite study room to accommodate your study needs.
Texas Wesleyan upgraded all computer labs and now provides wireless connectivity throughout the law school building. All students are assigned e-mail addresses, through which professors and deans send assignments. Law students also use the law school web site to register for courses and receive their grades online. Faculty make use of the technological advancements in class by using classroom monitors and videotaping functions in the courtrooms.