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View of students studying in the Law Library

Location and facilities

A state-of-the-art, purpose-built facility on the main campus

Our flagship New Law Building represents the next generation of teaching and research in law. This award-winning and highly customised building includes a moot court, law library and is adjacent to bespoke teaching spaces.

Teaching spaces

There are two main teaching spaces used:

  1. The adjacent New Law Building Teaching Space (or New Law Bulding Annex F10A);
  2. CBD location: Level 18, Stockland Building, 133 Castlereagh Street, Sydney NSW 2000.

See below for more information about these spaces and building access.

Main campus location

The New Law Building occupies a significant site within the Camperdown Campus, bordered by Fisher Library, Eastern Avenue, the Carslaw Building and Victoria Park.

Building access

Monday to Friday: 8am–7.30pm

Saturday & Sunday: 9am–5pm (access via lifts only)

CBD location

The Sydney Law School has teaching spaces in a convenient central location in the CBD for postgraduate studies in law. The facilities include two teaching rooms, three meeting rooms, and a general study space.

Building access

Monday to Friday: 8am–9:45pm
Saturdays: 9am-4:45pm
Sundays and public holidays: Closed

*Enter the Piccadilly Arcade from Pitt street, follow the escalators up to the food court area, and you will find the Tower Lift on the left hand side behind the Daily Grind café.

In order to utilise Level 18 students must be in Level 18 before 7pm on Weekdays and before 4pm on Saturdays.

Meeting Rooms on Level 18 are reserved through Castlereagh Concierge.

Student Cards will be required to access the Level 18 Study space. 

Please visit Student Cards if you require a replacement or a new card.