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  • ASU Breaks Ground for $129M Law School Building

    Arizona State University has been celebrating seeing as it recently broke ground for a new, $129 million law school building. The project encompasses 280,000 square feet of space, 18 classrooms, a large lecture hall for undergraduate education and two levels of underground parking. In addition, the law school will feature retail space on the 1st floor and additional space for the ASU Alumni Law Group, two think tanks and various centers with cross-disciplinary focus.

    Phoenix 17 November 2014 22:44

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