The main Administrative-cum-Academic Building, architected as the replica design of the Parliament of India, houses the state-of-the-art infrastructure listing the modern smart classrooms, auditorium, moot court halls, computer lab and English Language Lab. The new academic block is an extension of the modern smart classrooms.
The Amphitheatre at its centre is a semblance of the Athenian architecture. It accommodates more than 1000 people at a time and is tastefully used for cultural activities and common gatherings.
The University has 21 air-conditioned, well-furnished and spacious smart class equipped lecture halls meeting the advanced standard of academics.
Moot Court Hall at HNLU is the Laboratory to test the Advocacy skills of the students of HNLU. There are six fully furnished Moot Court Halls available on Campus and all the Court Room Exercises are conducted there.
HNLU is one of the very few Universities in India to include Moot Court Exercise as a compulsory part of every legal subject taught at HNLU. Fifteen Marks are allotted for the Moot Court Exercise in every Law subject of which a maximum of 10 marks are awarded to a student based on his advocacy skills, court manners, knowledge of law, etc., and a maximum of 5 marks are awarded to the memorials containing written arguments for the case which the student argues in the Moot Court.
The Computer Lab
Furnished with computers, modern furniture and cubicles, the Computer Lab is fully air-conditioned and well-equipped with high speed internet connectivity, protection of powerful firewall and dedicated IT professionals for the supplementary academic needs. The Law Studio is under commission and will be operational soon.
English Language Lab
Understanding the necessity of English language in the domain of legal profession and the mandate of BCI, the University has a English Language Lab equipped with modern software and gadgets with an aim to improving the overall communication and presentation skills of the students.
The University also has an air-conditioned Conference Hall with acoustic treatment and a seating capacity of 400 persons.
The University has its own printing section to facilitate the various academic needs of the students such as photocopy, spiral binding and scanning etc. at a subsidised rate.