Technology and Computing

You do not have to have a computer to get through law school, so we do not require them of our students. We do provide our students  with a kiosk area and an 11 seat computer lab for those students choosing not to use a laptop while in Wesemann Hall. Students can print to any one of our four printers from a law school computer.  A Technical Aide is on duty near the Wesemann Computer Lab and in Heritage Hall during normal building hours to answer any of your technology questions, issues, or procedures.

If you have a laptop and wireless capabilities you can access the wireless network anywhere in the building—classrooms, student lounge, etc. And with electrical outlets at every seat in every classroom, you need not worry about running out of battery life in the middle of class.

Every law student is provided a free e-mail account through Google Apps, personal space on our network drive, and print pages. All incoming 1Ls attend a Technology Orientation where these services are explained.

Need to know more?  You might find the answer to your question on the School of Law Technology FAQ page.

Please feel free to contact Donna Patterson, Associate Director of Technology (465-7843) if further assistance is needed.