Smoking is not allowed in any building on the Marquette University campus. Smoking outside is limited to areas at least 25 ft. from any entrance to a campus building or parking structure.
The following items are prohibited specifically in Eckstein Hall:
Information regarding legal resources to low-income people in and around Milwaukee.
Thursday, February 5
Limited permit parking on the 11th Street level 6:30am to 2pm. Clybourn level is open to permit parkers.
Monday, February 9
No permit parking on the 11th Street level 6:30am to 6pm. Clybourn level will have limited permit parking.
Friendly reminders …
The Gesu Church surface parking lot is NOT a Marquette Law School parking lot – if you are caught parking there, please be prepared to receive a ticket and possibly lose your Eckstein Hall parking privileges.
Marquette alumni and others are welcome to visit Eckstein Hall. Prepare to be wowed. You will be amazed by the facility built to support student scholarship and serve as a forum for community discussion of critical civic issues.
All visitors are asked to sign in at our Welcome Desk and present a valid government-issued identification to enter the building. Handouts for a self-guided tour are available at the Welcome Desk.
If you are looking for a formal tour– either individual or group (and free parking) – we are happy to arrange, but will need at least three business-days advance notice. Please e-mail email@example.com to arrange a tour and parking.
We can be reached via e-mail, phone, mail, or fax, or drop by for a visit (Suite 238).
Eckstein Hall, home of Marquette University Law School, is located at 1215 W. Michigan St., Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53233.
Complimentary guest parking is available in Eckstein Hall for those who have made prior arrangements to visit and those who have registered for an event. The Eckstein Hall Parking Policy is described below. Directions:
From the north on I-43