SLU opens new law building in downtown St Louis

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ST LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – The doors opened at Saint Louis University’s new School of Law building Friday morning. Mayor Francis Slay cut the ribbon at Scott Hall.

The new facility is renovated 12-story building on Tucker Boulevard. The new downtown location allows the students access to the city’s courts, lawyers and legal community.

The renovation of the building was a $30 million project made possible by SLU, CLAYCO and the Lawrence Group.

Twelfth floor pavilion & roof deck at the new #SLULAW Scott Hall # SaintLouisUniversity #SLU #STL #Arch #AwesomeView

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The ribbon has been cut and it feels great to be downtown! #SLULAW

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A young woman relaxing on the top of SLU Law. #slu #stl (72°) 8/16/13

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Inside view from Floor 9 of SLU Law Building. #slu #stl 8/16/13

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New #slulaw all lit up. #downtown

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