Thank you for your interest in visiting the University of Chicago Law School. If you are a prospective or admitted law student, this page will provide you information about options for individual and group visits to the Law School.
The Law School is a private building and not generally open to the public. Anyone is welcome to come view the outside of our architecturally-significant Eero Saarinen building. Directions to the Law School by car and public transit are available. The grounds of the University of Chicago are open to visitors; please use this guide to plan your visit to the University.
Many events at the Law School are open to the public and we hope that you will join us. Please see our events calendar for an upcoming list.
Librarians and others wishing a tour of any of the University of Chicago libraries, including the D’Angelo Law Library, may fill out this form to request a tour. These tours are available on a limited basis, are subject to facility and staff availability, and must be requested at least 72 hours in advance. Tours are not available on a walk-in basis, though prospective and admitted students and their families may take our self-guided tour (focused on the law student experience) during regular business hours without an appointment.
We regret that we are unable to accommodate architectural tours of the Law School building at this time, even by appointment. We are looking into offering them in the future; please check the page again for updates.