The square received its name after a law faculty that is standing right in the middle. Future lawyers attend their lectures in a white baroque mansion with flying skulls on the facade to scare others away.
Next to it stands a smoked but still beautiful university chapel, also baroque, whose ochre or rust-colored facade is unique. It was built in 1742 and above the altar you can see the replica of the The Black Madonna of Częstochowa revered in Poland.
The square has a couple of popular places: gourmet restaurant Sonka Arcoc, a burger joint and Hummus bar. The square never sleeps but everything is more decent than in the impudent Erzsebet té.