Find Apartments by Barry Law in Orlando, FL
Located in East Orlando, the Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law has many apartment communities located conveniently nearby. More commonly known as Barry Law, this school is an academic college of Barry University in Miami Shores. If you are a current or prospective student, you'll find that apartments near Barry Law come in a variety of budgets, sizes and amenities. Most apartment communities in this area offer computer labs, conference rooms and/or WiFi hotspots, so students have the ability to study without leaving their community. If you are looking for furnished apartments near Barry Law, there are a few options in the area you can choose from as well.
Where is Barry Law Located?
The school is located in the Baldwin Park neighborhood of Orlando, FL just three miles from downtown. Named after the lake it sits on, Lake Baldwin, this is a popular and sought after neighborhood in town. It's home to Lake Baldwin Park, a local favorite, due to it's sandy white beaches along the lakeshore and it's pet-friendly atmosphere. Students wanting a break from studying indoors may want to head over Fox Corner Park to sit under the canopy trees overlooking Lake Susannah. There are several park benches you can work from but be prepared and fully charge your electronics.
Foodies will enjoy the variety of local faire such as Seito Sushi, The Osprey Tavern and The Ravenous Pig. For those looking to burn off a few calories from all the great food, you can take a walk through the Festival and Art Stroll that takes place the first Friday of each month.
Baldwin Park prides itself on it's community feel while being close to downtown Orlando. Residents here can easily to get to know their neighbors by attending the various classes, clubs and committees that Baldwin Park offers.
A short bike ride away is neighboring Winter Park Village which boasts specialty stores, retail shopping, a movie theater and more.
More About Barry Law
Unique from some other law schools in the state, Barry Law provides both full and part-time degree programs on their 20-acre campus. In 2011, the school built a state-of-the-art, three-story Legal Advocacy Center that serves as a hub for all things legal in Central Florida. The school is fully accredited by the American Bar Association. It's flagship school in Miami began in 1940 as a Catholic Institution and remains that way to this day.