Dedicated in 2012, Golkin Hall serves as Penn Law’s main entrance and completes its vision for the finest urban law school campus in America. With its offices, classrooms, auditorium, state-of-the art courtroom and many gathering places, this new addition provides the Law School with another signature space that encourages easy interaction and collaboration among students, faculty, and staff.
Named in honor of Dean Michael A. Fitts, this flexible 350 seat auditorium, with the latest technology and superb acoustics, serves as one of the Law School’s hubs for larger audiences. A robust series of events throughout the year includes the annual Keedy Cup competition and talks on everything from Delaware corporate law, to the nature of human rights in China, to the future of the Internet. Presenters might include a Supreme Court Justice, a leading economist, or an expert panel.