The College of Law provides a variety of student technology resources in an effort to better prepare its students for the use of technology both in their legal education as well as in their legal careers. The College offers students access to a variety of legal software products on student lab, courtroom and classroom computers. Most of our classrooms and Law Library study carrels have wired network ports with power outlets for laptops, and the Georgia State wireless network, Cat Chat, is available throughout the College.
Students who use their personal laptops on campus can install PantherPrint software, that will allow them to print directly from their laptops to the Law Library printers.
Although the College does not have a laptop requirement, most students own and use personal laptops in and outside the classroom. Please take a moment to review our laptop policy.