PNU School of Law provides well-structured facilities to assist our members as they seek to enhance their teaching, research, and understanding of the law.
| First and Second Law Buildings
- Our two law school buildings are equipped with different sizes of classrooms, from the largest lecture hall to the smallest of seminar rooms.
-We also have a law library, moot court room, and computer lab in our buildings. All of the classrooms are equipped with multimedia systems, and wireless internet is provided throughout the law school facilities.
| Law Library
-The PNU Law Library features a large collection of domestic and international research materials, including access to international electronic databases such as Westlaw and Lexis.
-The Library currently maintains 93,000 volumes of law books and 300 international periodicals.
| Institute of Law Studies
The Institute holds various seminars on current legal issues with scholars and practitioners from around the world. It publishes scholarly journals and booklets including the PNU Law Review, which is the nation's first-published traditional law journal. The Institute maintains the following 15 legal research centers for seminars and publications:
- Maritime and Trade Law Center, Finance Law Center
- Human Rights Center, Labor Law Center
- Land and Ocean Law Center, Environment and LocalDevelopment Center
- Global Exchange and Cooperation Center, Asian Law Center
- Law and Economics Center, Consumer Protection Law Center
- Culture and Law Center, Broadcasting and Communications Law Center
- Law and Society Theories Center
- Medical Law Center, Tax Law Center
|Legal Counseling Center and Legal Clinic Center
- Our faculty members and a number of volunteer lawyers serve as counselors in the Legal Counseling Center in order to provide legal assistance to ouruniversity community.
- The Counseling Center is managed together with the Legal Clinic Center, where our students participate with lawyer advisors in some of the cases that have been referred from the community.