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Groundbreaking: September 1964

Construction Completed: August 1966

Architects: Lorimer Rich and Associates

Contractor: R.A. Culotti Construction Co., Inc.

Location: Connected to the south side of Ernest I. White Hall

Cost: $1.4 million

Funding: $800,000 donation from Arthur M. Grant

Named for: Arthur M. Grant, Class of 1927 and Law College class of 1929, member of Board of Trustees

Dedicated: April 28, 1967

Dedication Speakers: US Supreme Court Justices Tom C. Clark and Abe Fortas

Materials: Red brick, limestone trim

Renovated: 1998

Notes: The 3 story building opened with a 400-seat capacity auditorium, 2 lecture halls, 17 offices and a Faculty Law Library. The lobby held a sculpture by Joseph Kiselewski of the Biblical figure Moses as "The Lawgiver."