Teaching on most of our courses takes place in the Chaucer building. Some undergraduate modules are taught in the Newton building and we often hold open events and guest lectures in this building which is located at the heart of the City Campus. The buildings on the campus are all close together which means you never have too far to walk for your lectures.
Our practitioner courses can be held in-house (on clients' premises), or in London and in venues throughout the UK, dependent on client requirements. Many of our practitioner courses are held on our City Campus.
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The newly-refurbished Newton building (marked number 11 on the map) houses modern lecture theatres and teaching facilities. It is also home to our centralised Student Support Services, Careers Service, Accommodation Office as well as a number of catering outlets. Many open events, exhibitions and guest lectures are held in this building.
The Chaucer building is ideally situated close to Library and Student Union facilities and is a short walk from the city centre. It houses the Legal Advice Centre, staff offices and the main School office. On the first floor our extensive and outstanding courtroom facilities can be found.
The Nottingham City Transport tram service has a stop directly outside the building, making access to other parts of the city and the railway station very easy. The building is number 1 on the map above.