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Finding your way at Dragefjellet

Most things are gathered under one roof in the Law building. Below you’ll find some basic information about where to find what you need at Dragefjellet, whether you’re searching for employees, information or student organisations.

Faculty staff

The majority of our staff resides in the office wing in the new building (JUS 1), but the faculty also has offices on the 4th floor of JUS 2.

The office wing in JUS 1 is accessed via the door across the Student Information Centre on the 6th floor. JUS 2 is accessed from the street (Jekteviksbakken 31), or from the 4th floor of JUS 1. Please note that students are advised not to use the latter.

Staff

The Information Centre and PC helpers

The Information Centre is situated on the 6th floor of the new building (JUS 1). Our PC helpers can be found in the same location.

Student organisations

Juridisk Studentutvalg (JSU) have their offices in “the courtyard” ("borggården", which is the main entrance hall) on the Law building’s 6th floor.

The Law Association (Juristforeningen) and the European Law Student’s Association (ELSA) offices are situated in the old building.

Law Library

The Law Library is situated on the 5th floor of the new building (JUS 1).

Student Cafeteria

The Student Cafeteria is situated on the 6th floor of the new building.

Traumaten

Traumaten is the students' own cafeteria, which opens when the cafeteria on the 6th floor closes. It is located outside the reading rooms on the 2nd floor of the new building. Traumaten is operated by Juristforeningen.

Fjøset

Fjøset is a shelter on the 3rd floor of the new building, furnished for social activities. Students use it for a break room, and festive gatherings organized by Juristforeningen.

Reading rooms

The Faculty of Law’s reading rooms are open to all students at the faculty, and can be found in the old building on Dragefjellet and on the 2nd and 3rd floor of the new building.

Computer rooms

The Faculty of Law has three PC rooms with 59 computers and five reading rooms equipped with 97 computers.