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Facilities Overview

 Randall & Sadie Baskin Center

Completed in 2012, the Randall & Sadie Baskin Center is home to Belmont Law. The 75,000 square foot, three-story brick and limestone building sits atop a five-level underground parking garage that accommodates 520 vehicles. The copper-roofed dome features a skylight at the top, representing the "eye of God" guiding human law. The Baskin Center offers four different porticos to represent the four types of law: local, state, federal and God's.

Inside, the Baskin Center contains more than a dozen classrooms, a 21st century trial courtroom, an appellate courtroom, a two-story law library and more than 20 faculty offices. The building was designed with the needs of law students in mind, and features numerous amenities including a student commons, offices for student organizations and a locker room. The Baskin Center was LEED certified in 2012.