The Wolf Law Building was completed in 2006 and made possible by the generous ﬁnancing of alumni, friends, law ﬁrms, and, the largest part, by students.
- LEED “gold” certiﬁcation, from construction to operation, including 88 percent renewable energy and electricity, 40 percent water use reduction, and 59 percent regionally manufactured materials, 12 kWh roof-top solar array, and electric car recharging station
- Technologically advanced wireless networking, video conferencing, video recording capabilities for distance learning, and digital signage
- Classrooms have electrical outlets for each student and complete audio-visual equipment (LCD projectors, DVD, and cable) with touch-screen control systems
- Student commons with café, fireplace, and patio, study and interview rooms, individual lockers and mailboxes, and courtyard with barbeque
- Suites and offices for research centers, clinics, student organizations, journals, and all faculty
- Large courtroom and a teaching courtroom with video recording for mock trial practice and clinical training
The three-story William A. Wise Law Library is housed in the Wolf Law Building.
- Most comprehensive law library in the 12-state Rocky Mountain region, one of the largest in the country, also serving as a selective federal government depository
- 40 instructional student lab computers, ﬁve group study rooms, 445 seats, and distributed computing stations
- Over 765,000 volumes in all formats