Through the arched stone entrance, across the antique tile, through the halls of history, alumni will enter the future of Oklahoma City University School of Law. In doing so, they will also enter their own.
Constructed in 1910 as Oklahoma High School, the first in Oklahoma City, the building combines classic lines of light with gothic complexity. Architect Solomon Layton, who designed the Oklahoma State Capitol building, turned a poetic phrase in design by incorporating intricate moldings, wide hallways, high ceilings, and a touch of structural wit.
Maintained on the National Register of Historic Buildings, the 177,296 square-foot, five-level structure offers a sturdy foundation on which the law school will combine community service with campus life and rigorous study with real-world experience.
It’s our city’s law school in the heart of our city.
Below is a look into the building including our floorplans and possible renderings.