Marquette University Law School

Marquette University Law School (Marquette Law or MULS) is the law school of Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It is one of two law schools in Wisconsin and the only private law school in the state.

Marquette Law traces the school's history to 1892. Since 1924 its home has been Sensenbrenner Hall, but in 2010, the Law School opened its new, $85 million Eckstein Hall building in downtown Milwaukee.

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