Robson Hall – Law
Robson Hall, home to the Faculty of Law, is named after a leading Manitoba Chief Justice and features a collection of fine art in its hallways and classrooms. Several spaces for law students can be found here, including classrooms, student services offices and the E.K. Williams Law Library.
Unique among classrooms, the moot courtroom provides a venue for law students and professors to argue their cases against each other in a courtroom-style setting.
Law students can study and attend events in this large common room, located across from the moot courtroom on the main floor.
Located on the main floor, classroom 204 features a comprehensive art collection and state-of-the-art technology.
E.K. Williams Law Library
Located on the 4th floor, this library serves the teaching and research needs of the Faculty of Law and plays a prominent role in the delivery of legal information to members of the legal profession, the judiciary and the public. Students have access to computers, printers, scanners and study spaces.