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Student Computer Lab

Sub-3 Law Library

Daily 8:00 a.m. - 12 midnight
(The computer lab follows the Library schedule)

*CLOSED Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, & December 25 - January 1
*OPEN July 4 and Labor Day
* The lab is NOT staffed on holidays
* Hours may vary between terms and on holidays

Help Desk Assistance (walk-in service)
Monday through Friday: 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Jason Jude ( Legal Research, 734.647.3731
Hai Huynh ( 331 Legal Research, 734.764.9345
Debbie Kollar ( 331 Legal Research, 734.647.6242


  • 10 HP ProDesk 600 G1
  • 2 21.5" Apple iMac, Intel Quad Core 2.8GHz, 4GB RAM, 1 TB HD (Macs have Campus Computing Sites Loadset)

Operating Systems (OS)  

  • Windows 10 Enterprise
  • macOS
Software (on Law School PC computers)
  • Chrome, Firefox
  • Lexis for Microsoft Office
  • Bloomberg (Web)
  • M+Google email (Web)
  • MS Office Professional 2016 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, OneNote)
  • Corel WordPerfect X3
  • SFTP
  • Irfanview
  • Acrobat DC Pro
  • Box Drive
Software available on the Sites Mac computers


Network Access

The Law School is 100% wireless network capable.

Every semester JDs, LLMs, Research Scholars, and MACL students get up to 800 pages of black and white (b&w) laser printing on Law School student printers at no cost (the Lexis and Sites printers are NOT Law School-owned printers). SJDs get 1200 pages. Additional b&w pages are charged at 3 cents per page. Unused pages are not rolled over to the next semester. The Law School Printing Policy has detailed information about printing at the Law School. You may track your Law School printing usage via the Law School Print Monitor.

Printers in the Lab

  • 1 networked student printer (Xerox D95)
  • 1 Lexis printer 1
1 The Lexis printers are not Law School-owned printers. Students are NOT charged for Lexis printing as long as the Lexis print-outs are directed to the designated Lexis printers (if you direct your Lexis print-outs to the Law School's regular networked duplex printers, you will be charged). If the Lexis printer is out of order in the computer lab, you should re-direct your Lexis print jobs to the Lexis printer on Sub-2 of the Law Library (not to the regular networked duplex printers in the computer lab or student commons) in order to avoid being charged for those printing sessions.