The Law School network printing allocation is
800 pages per semester for JDs, LLMs, research scholars, and MACL students. SJD students receive
1200 pages. Students are charged for any printing that exceeds this fixed, per-semester allowance.
Please read this entire page to understand exactly when and how you will be charged. Also, take a look at the University of Richmond's Law School
Printing Survey to find out what other law schools charge for printing.
Printing QuotaLaw students receive
two separate printing allowances per term at no cost:
When your account has exceeded its Law School print quota, or is within 50 pages of reaching its 800 page limit, an email notification will be sent to you.
There will be no additional notifications after the first message. Please check either the client program (which is installed when running the printer installation program) or check the Law School’s
print quota webpage (login with your uniqname and UMICH password). Note, you must be on an on campus network to access this page. If you are off campus, you can connect to the university's VPN first to access it. If your account has exceeded the 800 page limit, a minus (-) sign will appear in front of the amount of pages you have remaining (see examples below). At the end of the semester, you will be charged 3 cents per page beyond the initial 800 page quota.Charging and BillingCharging Period
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