The Law Library Computer Lab is available to College of Law students, faculty and staff.
The law library student computer lab is open during the Law Library's regular hours of operation.
Although the Law Library Computer Lab is supported by the College, you use your campus ID to log in to the PC workstations.
The Law Library student computer lab hosts 28 Dell Optiplex GX780, Intel Core 2, 2.66GHz workstations with flat-panel monitors. All workstations are equipped with DVD/CD-RW drives and USB connections. These workstations provide access to various software suites as well as Westlaw research, LexisNexis research, and CALI exercise web resources.
The law library student computer lab also hosts 2 HP LaserJet 8150 printers supporting PantherPrint services, a LexisNexis dedicated printer, and a Westlaw dedicated printer.
The computer lab hosts a scanner attached to one of the workstations. Preference is given to law students requiring use of the scanner.
The Law Library offers a variety of instructional programs on legal research skills, legal bibliography, and the Internet resources. These programs are hosted in the law library student training lab, room 113B, a component of the law library student computer lab. When the training lab is not supporting instruction, it supports general computing as part of the law library student computer lab.
Training lab technology includes an instructor podium offering a PC workstation, external laptop hook-up, LCD projector and a projector screen.
Food, drink (even in closed, spill-proof containers) and the use of tobacco are NOT allowed in Law Library Student Computer Lab or Training Lab subdivision. The Law Library established its food, drink & tobacco policy to aid in the preservation and care of library materials and electronic equipment.
The Law Library requires library users to set mobile phones and pagers on nonaudible signals and to restrict the use of mobile phones to the Law Library copy rooms.
Law students using university information systems including computers, networks and related services at Georgia State University are governed by the Computer Ethics Policy.