Washburn University School of Law Will Get A New Home

December 05, 2019 - 8:48 pm
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Washburn University School of Law will be getting a new home. 

This week, Washburn's Board of Regents approved the plan for a $33 million building on the Topeka campus. 

The university will begin working on the plans immediately. A completion date is not yet set.

The current law school building dates back to 1968.

The new building is part of Washburn’s “150 Forward” campaign. The $13 million in private donations raised for the building is the largest amount for a single project in Washburn history.

Washburn President Jerry Farley says the biggest advantage of the new building will be technological upgrades that were not financially feasible in the current building.

The current law building will be used for other university programs and offices.

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