Jerome L. Greene Hall is the main building of Columbia University's prestigious Law School. This imposing building sits at the corner of West 116th Street at Amsterdam Avenue. Connecting Greene Hall to the main undergraduate campus is Charles H. Revson Plaza, a public common area elevated above Amsterdam Avenue.
The first floor of Greene Hall is home to many of the core classrooms for the Law School. The second, third, and fourth floors of the building house the Diamond Law Library and its collection of nearly 400,000 titles.
Columbia Law School consistently ranks among the very top law schools in the country. Admission is extremely selective. In 2010, 430 students earned their doctor of law degrees from Columbia.