The Law School of Law has 36 Windows-based computers in two computer labs, one on the first floor outside the Law Library and the other on the lower level of the Law Library.
The first-floor computer lab is a 24/7 lab, accessed through a swipe card reader using your HofstraCard. The lower-level Lexis and Westlaw training lab is open during the same hours as the Law Library. Lab computer support is available during most lab hours.
You can print to the network printers in either lab. You are given a $120 printing credit for the entire year, which allows for printing 2,400 pages on the wireless network printers and the printers on the lower level of the Law Library.
If you exhaust your $120 printing credit, you need to go to the Student Accounts office (on the second floor of Memorial Hall, Room 206) and purchase more printing credit.
You can also print, at no charge, your Lexis and Westlaw research
materials to stand-alone Lexis and Westlaw printers in both labs.
Law Library Computers
The Law Library also has several Windows-based computers, placed
throughout the library, that you can use for email, Internet access,
access to Lexis and Westlaw via the Internet, word processing (Microsoft
Word and Corel WordPerfect) and spreadsheets (Microsoft Excel).
The entire Law School has a wireless 802.11g/n Ethernet network that enables those of you with notebook computers to access the Internet, email, and Lexis and Westlaw from anywhere in the building. Information Technology staff members are available during Help Desk hours to assist you with configuring your wireless network access.
Both Apple and Windows users can print to the PridePrint system. There are two wireless network printers: one is in the 24/7 first-floor computer lab, and the other is in the Law Library just outside the 24/7 lab.