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Charleston School of Law Juris Doctor Program Catalog and Student Handbook 2022-2023: Physical Facilities, Class Equipment and Size

Online Academic Catalog and Student Handbook

Academic Catalog Outline At-a-Glance

Below is a brief outline of the Charleston School of Law Academic Catalog. Click the + sign to see the linked list under each heading. You can also click on the top tabs to see a complete list under each heading tab. A complete list of content under each heading is found in the Detailed Academic Catalog Guide Outline.

Physical Facilities, Class Equipment and Size

The Charleston School of Law is situated in facilities designed to grow with the needs of the school. The facilities include large and small classrooms, seminar rooms, and study areas. There is also space for co-curricular activities and professional skills courses and programs, such as clinical and trial programs. The buildings are technologically complete with a wireless network in study areas and classrooms. Offices for all full-time and part-time faculty members are appropriately appointed for study as well as student conferences. Space for equipment and records is available to meet students’ educational needs

To take advantage of the Charleston School of Law’s numerous electronic resources, each student is required to have a laptop that will function with the School’s wireless network. In addition to the Sol Blatt Jr. Law Library, the School’s wireless network is also available throughout all classrooms and law school buildings. Students can connect wirelessly to the Internet and other electronic resources, as deemed appropriate by their professors. Students can also connect, via wireless, to networked printers located in various buildings across the campus.

The 2022-2023 entering 1L class has approximately 200 students.   First year classes range in size from small seminars of 18 or fewer to larger classes of approximately 40 to 65 students. The total enrollment for the Law School is approximately 620 students. Our low student-to-faculty ratio allows for extensive interaction between student and professor.