What is the ASL campus like?

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The Campus

"Compact" is a good way to describe ASL's campus. Unlike a law school located at a large university, ASL is easy to navigate, so you can spend more time studying instead of finding your classes.

The Setting

ASL is located in Grundy, Virginia. The campus is surrounded by mountains and is located along the banks of the Levisa Fork River. Life in Grundy is peaceful, providing a quiet location for students to focus on their law education.

Our modern campus has four buildings:

  • Main academic building - this mostly wireless facility houses an appellate courtroom/auditorium, trial courtroom, seminar rooms, student mailroom, the Lion's Lounge, and faculty and staff offices
  • Law library - this extensively remodeled, nearly 25,000-square-foot library includes seminar classes and group study rooms
  • Student Organization House - this is home to offices for student organizations, including the Student Bar Association, and a coffee shop
  • Booth Center - this three-story, 58,000-square-foot facility is shared with Southwest Virginia Community College

Visit Us

To determine if ASL is the ideal fit for you, visit campus. Can't visit? Check out our virtual tour.

Campus Security

ASL campus security information can be found here: 2014 Annual Safety and Security Report

Immunization Policy

The Appalachian School of Law does not require students to provide proof of immunization, however we encourage all students to take proactive measures concerning their health.  Information regarding Immunization schedules and availability can be found at http://www.vdh.state.va.us/epidemiology/Immunization/.