Computers & Technology
The College of Law library offers access to a wide-array of computing resources and services as a part of its primary mission to support the scholarship and instruction of the UA College of Law faculty, staff and students. In addition, the library provides access to public computers, copiers and printers in support of legal research for public patrons.
The student computer lab consists of twenty-four computers: fifteen inside the lab room, and nine just outside the lab. Because of limited resources, these are only available for use by College of Law students. For more information about the Student Computer Lab, click here.
The Law Library's Electronic Services department offers College of Law students a wide variety of resources and services to support their computing needs. For more information about Computer Support, click here.
The law library has several copy machines located throughout the law library. For more information about the copy machines and methods of payment, click here.
Students can print from any computer in the Law Library as long as they are logged on with their student username and password. Visitors can print from any of the public computers in the law library. For more information about printing, click here.
There are fourteen public computers available for use by anyone conducting legal research. For more information about computer location and access, click here.
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