Visiting the Law School

The Law School is situated on the 239-acre campus of the University of Miami in suburban Coral Gables, Florida. 

Class Visits - Virtual

Prospective or Admitted students are able to observe live law school classes virtually. These virtual visits are non-participative and will not permit guests to enable their audio or webcams. Seats are limited. To view the offerings available, please select based upon your application status:

Admitted Students - Class Visits
Prospective Students - Class Visits


Campus Tours and Visits

Join a current law student or admissions representative on an interactive virtual tour of the University of Miami School of Law. Each 60-minute virtual tour will be limited to 10 participants per session to allow for questions and discussion. Register here to reserve your spot. Virtual Tours are offered on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 12:30 P.M. - 1:30 P.M. ET.

Due to COVID-19, we are suspending in-person campus tours/visits for non-admitted students until further notice. For admitted students, please contact the admissions office for further information. Be assured that we will respond to your inquiries; therefore, please contact us at 305-284-6746 or We will respond as promptly as possible and within 24 hours. Further, visit our webinar page to learn about the many offerings and opportunities at Miami Law. 


Getting To Miami Law

By Car
See Directions, Parking, Map for the law school.

By Air
There is very convenient airport access to the University. Miami International Airport (MIA) is just 7 miles from campus. Another airport option is Fort Lauderdale Airport (FLL) about 30 miles north. Click here for more information.  

By Train
Miami-Dade County’s 25-mile Metrorail elevated rapid transit system connects the campus at University Station to downtown Miami and other stops in Miami-Dade County. It also provides service to Miami International Airport (MIA) and runs from Kendall through South Miami, Coral Gables, and downtown Miami. It also has connections to Broward and Palm Beach counties at the Tri-Rail/Metrorail transfer station and Tri-Rail offers stops as far north as West Palm Beach, FL. Click for Metrorail informationClick for Tri-Rail information.

By Bus
There is Miami-Dade Metrobus service with stops at UM, and once on campus, there is the Hurry ’Canes shuttle which stops throughout campus and at the law school. 

By Bike/On Foot
For more information on how to navigate around the University campus, please see the University’s campus map.


The University of Miami offers discounted rates with local hotels for all University of Miami faculty, staff, and students.