The Law School’s exterior doors are unlocked Monday through Friday between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. (except holidays). When the exterior doors are locked, the building can be accessed via card readers using a University ID card. There are six entrances with card readers:
- Withers-Brown Hall: The southeastern entrance near Caplin Auditorium
- Withers-Brown Hall: The southern entrance closest to Arlington Boulevard
- Clay Hall: The southwestern entrance closest to Slaughter Hall and the visitor’s parking lot
- Slaughter Hall: The main western entrance
- Student-Faculty Center: The main northern entrance
- Withers-Brown Hall: The north entrance at the corner of Hunton & Williams Hall
You may exit the building at any time. Some doors are marked “Emergency Exit Only — Alarm Will Sound.” Exiting these doors will trigger an audible alarm. Reentering the building when the exterior doors are locked requires that you use one of the card readers and your University ID card.
If you have a valid University ID card and would like access to the building, please contact David Holsapple, Building Services Coordinator, at 434-924-4583 or email@example.com. If you have lost your University ID card, please contact the University ID Card Office at www.virginia.edu/idoffice for a replacement.
UVA community members are welcome to use the Law School building after hours, but should keep their University ID cards on hand at all times. The Law School's security guard, who is on duty from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m., or the police might ask for ID after-hours as they conduct their patrols.
Use of the building is reserved for students, faculty, staff and authorized visitors. No trespassing is allowed. Animals are not permitted in the building, except for service animals. Your image may be recorded.
University policy limits sales, solicitation, and student fundraising activities in order to (1) preserve its educational mission and focus, (2) provide a secure environment, (3) protect its students and employees from exploitation, (4) respect the aesthetic qualities of the Grounds, and (5) promote fair business practices. In addition, University policy prohibits “[t]he use of University facilities and/or property for solicitations by external businesses, individuals, and groups or by individual students representing such enterprises … without prior written permission.” Solicitation includes selling, promoting for the purpose of future sales, commercial advertising, and canvassing. Contact Building Services with any questions.
A separate policy governs the activities of bar exam prep companies at the Law School: