The Temple Law Library is open to law
students seven days per week and offers students a full range of electronic
journals and databases. Law student research activities are supported by
full-time and part-time law library staff.
Temple Law is committed to ensuring that our students have optimal access to electronic resources. To that end, Temple has implemented an “anytime, anywhere” computer access model that includes a combination of wired and wireless network access, wired study carrel, computer clusters and state-of-the-art computer labs. Temple has been recognized as one of the most “connected” law schools in the country. Smart classrooms equipped with cutting edge technology, including video, audio and wifi access allow faculty to use technology in all classrooms. The faculty and administration use email as the official student communication method, and the law school uses a sophisticated course management system that allows faculty to post assignments, syllabi, announcements and links to special resources for each class.
All law students have full access to a wide variety of Temple University fitness and recreation facilities all located with one block of the Law School. Students may participate in organized intramural campus sports or engage informal fitness activities available in three campus gyms, two swimming pools, two tracks, indoor and outdoor tennis courts. The University also makes many free or low cost campus concerts, theatrical and sporting events available to Temple students.
Temple Law School is a vibrant community offering students many extracurricular activities through law-student organization and school sponsored events. Throughout each semester, there are weekly guest speakers, discussions groups, workshop, law career presentations and social activities targeted to law students. LL.M. who join some of the Temple Law student organizations tend to have the broadest and most rewarding student social experience.