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Penn Law Marks Completion of Renovations to Classrooms and Student Space

November 24, 2008

At a Nov. 21 open house, Penn Law students, faculty and staff celebrated the completion of a multi-year, $18 million project to renovate classrooms, student meeting space, faculty offices and facilities for Biddle Library and the Gittis Center for Clinical Legal Studies.

The final project was a renovation to the basement of Silverman Hall.  The effort completely renovated Silverman, Gittis and Tanenbaum halls -- three of the four interconnected buildings that enclose Penn Law's courtyard.

Dean of Students Gary Clinton was joined by Dean Michael A. Fitts (left) and Louis S. Rulli, director of the Gittis Center for Clinical Legal Studies, in welcoming students, faculty and staff to the newly renovated basement of Silverman Hall.

 



Guests take a tour of the new small-group study areas, meeting rooms for student groups and Gittis Clnic facilities during a Nov. 21 open house.



Silverman Hall lockers, before the renovation...


... and the same hallway after the renovation.


One of the new meeting rooms in the renovated basement of Silverman Hall.
 
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