Columbia Law School, Morningside Heights, New York, NY

This is Columbia Law School’s main building, now formally known as Jerome L. Greene Hall. It was constructed in 1961 by noted alum Max Abramovitz, of Harrison & Abramovitz, renowned architects of the United Nations, among many other buildings. It holds the Law School Library among other things. Out in front, rising above the building, is the Jacques Lipschitz sculpture Bellerophon Taming Pegasus. The complex had an addition added in the 1990s on Amsterdam Avenue.

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