Visit Us!

We look forward to reopening our physical campus to the public on November 4, 2021, if the public health situation permits. You will see that Berkeley Law School is located on the beautiful and historic campus of the University of California at Berkeley. We are situated between the Berkeley Hills and the San Francisco Bay. 



Even though we cannot be together in person, we hope you will join ADP (Advanced Degree Programs) staff at one of our monthly information sessions or at a global recruitment event

Visit our flicker site for a virtual campus tour!

If you would like a campus tour, once the campus is open to the public again, student-led tours of the Berkeley main campus are available from Monday to Saturday at 10 a.m. and on Sunday at 1 p.m. For more information and tour locations, please contact UC Berkeley Visitor Services  (Please note these are not tours of the Law building).


Watch a recorded International Law course taught by Professor Katerina Linos, Co-Faculty Director, Miller Institute for Global Challenges and the Law. 

If you would like to visit a class in person, when we open to the public,  you can search the Schedule of Classes. Once you find the course you would like to attend you should arrive at the class early and ask the professor for permission to silently audit the one day only. It is up to the professor if they will allow you to sit in and observe. 


You can request an appointment with an Advanced Degree Programs staff member by emailing us with the following information and we will send you a link where you can schedule a phone appointment.

  • Full name
  • Country of first law degree (due to high demand, we can only conduct phone appointments with prospective students who hold a first degree in law or are in a law degree program)
  • If you are still in law school, how many years have you completed?
  • How many years of work experience do you have?
  • What year do you expect to apply to our LL.M. program?

Appointments last 15 minutes; please be prepared with questions about the LL.M. program, the law school, or the application process.

Please note that this meeting is not an interview, and has no bearing on your admission decision now or in the future.