Originally called the Law School, Sensenbrenner Hall was constructed in order to supplant the growing Night Law School held in the Mackie Residence. In 1967 a two part construction process began. The first construction involved the addition of the Legal Research Center, followed by interior renovations of Sensenbrenner Hall beginning in 1971. In 1982, construction of a law school addition to the Legal Research Center began. Earlier street address was 11th Street and Grand Avenue. Howard B. Eisenberg Memorial Hall was converted into a reading and study room in 2002 and renamed to honor law school dean Howard B. Eisenberg. The space had been previously known as the Grimmelsman Courtroom.
Dedicated in 1955 to Frank J. Sensenbrenner, 1864-1952. President and Chief Executive of Kimberly-Clark Corporation from 1928-1942.
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