My colleague Frank Cross, who visited at Northwestern in the fall, tells me that "some classrooms, a suite of faculty offices (among the best ones, too) and the building cafeteria are inaccessible. And even the accessible parts are served by only a single elevator." This is rather surprising, especially for a wealthy institution like Northwestern Law School. Is this true of other law schools? This is surely information that would be of interest to both students and faculty. Comments are open; no anonymous postings.