The Faculty is situated in the heart of the old part of Belgrade, contiguously to the large city park Tasmajdan. The Faculty’s historic building, built prior to WWII, was upgraded in 1995 with a modern annex, and now comprises about 12,000 sq. meters of space. The building houses eight lecture halls and large auditoriums, more than ten classrooms and seminar rooms, a boardroom, and a modern conference room. The building also accommodates the extensive library with four reading rooms, approximately sixty faculty offices, a computing centre, a students’ computer lab, a bookstore, a photocopying centre, a students’ club and a faculty club, a legal clinic, etc. In order to improve student’s practical skills a new moot court room was completed recently.

The large old building which houses the Faculty of Law is a cultural monument, and the Faculty is continually investing into its restoration, adaptation and maintenance.

Bulevar kralja Aleksandra 67

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