Faculty at the Santa Clara University School of Law are getting a major upgrade this week as they move into the school’s new $60 million campus, dubbed Charney Hall.

The 96,000-square-foot building is a vast improvement over the school’s existing facilities, which are spread over five different buildings, one of which was built a century ago. In contrast, Charney Hall calls to mind the nearby Silicon Valley tech campuses thanks to copious amounts of open space, natural light, cutting-edge classroom technology, plenty of student comforts, and flexible spaces that foster collaboration and innovative teaching.

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