All teaching for the MCL course takes place at the Faculty of Law, which is a convenient walk from the centre of Cambridge. The Law Faculty building, an architecturally striking facility, was completed in 1995 to a design by noted architects Foster and Partners. It offers students and staff excellent facilities for study and research, including a variety of lecture theatres, seminar rooms and the Squire Law Library, which is part of the Cambridge University Library.
The Squire Law Library occupies the first, second and third floors of the Law Faculty building, and houses the principal law collection of the University of Cambridge. The Law Faculty building provides a stunning environment for a library, making available to students top-flight computing facilities, including wireless access. The Squire Law Library is one of the major law libraries in the Commonwealth, containing over 180,000 volumes, including an extensive collection of books dealing with corporate law and related subjects. The Squire Law Library also provides excellent electronic research facilities, including the Freshfields Legal IT Centre. Students additionally have access to the University Library, which is one of the world's leading research libraries and a short walk from the Law Faculty.