The Faculty of Law building was designed by Olot architects Aranda, Pigem i Vilalta and was completed at the end of 1999. It has a total of 23 teaching classrooms, which can accommodated between 40 and 200 people, and are equipped with the necessary IT and multimedia equipment.
The Francisco Tomás y Valiente Bachelor's Degree Room can seat 118 people and has the latest technology. It is mainly a space for academic activities, such as readings of theses and can also be used for other events such as conferences and congresses.
The Tomàs Mieres room in the Faculty recreates a courtroom to simulate trials in the most realistic way possible (Legal Practice Classroom). It can seat 54 people and is technically equipped to record simulations.
The building also has two computer rooms, each with 24 PCs connected to the Internet, for educational use.
You can view all the Faculty spaces and their specifications in the attached file.