There are two computer labs available in the Law School located within the Law Library. These are available to students 24 hours a day. You must be a law student to use these computer labs.
Room 153, located at the south end of the first floor of the library, is a classroom lab with 16 computers. (This lab is unavailable when the room is scheduled for classes.)
Lab 455, outside of the elevator on the 4th floor, has carrel space and seven computers.
Students can print from lab computers or from their own laptops over the wireless network at the Law School. You must be in the Law School or connected to the VPN client in order to print. There are three sets of printer pools, all of which require a UCard to release printed documents from a Print Release Station located near each set of printers.
The Rottschaefer Lounge (Room 75) in the SubPlaza has a printer pool with three printers.
The computer lab in Room 153 of the Library has a printer pool with three printers.
The computer lab in Room 455 of the Library has a printer pool with four printers.
All printers are set to automatically duplex (print double-sided) documents, unless you specify otherwise.
There is also a stand-alone printer available to students who wish to print on non-standard paper (colored paper, letterhead, envelopes, résumé paper, labels, etc.) It is located in the Technology Office in room 260. It is available on a first-come, first-served basis during the hours that the Technology Office is open.
Color printing is not available within the Law School.
There is a scanner available to students in the Technology Office in room 260. It is available on a first-come, first-served basis during the hours that the Technology Office is open.
There are also several scanner/copiers throughout the Law Library that are available to students 24 hours a day. You will need a UCard to access them, but scanning is free. You will also need to provide a USB drive in order to save your scanned documents.