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Computers, Scanners and Printing in the Law Library

The University at Buffalo, the University at Buffalo School of Law, and the University Libraries provide computing resources to assist law students, faculty, and staff.


Computer and Printing Locations in the Law Library

Technology Computer Locations Printer Locations Printing Practices by iPrint Client
Print Allocation (Purse)     Fall and Spring Semester allocations: Law ($32.50/semester) AND UB ($32.50/semester) Total: $65/semester;
Summer Semester allocation: Law ($10) and UB ($10) Total: $20/semester.
Law workstations 2nd Floor
7th Floor
2nd Floor,
7th Floor
Releasing print jobs from a release station is only necessary when sending a print job from a Law workstation to the University printer.

University iPrint: Release print jobs at release station on 2nd floor.

Law iPrint: Use "Go Print" to release print job.
Library Research Workstations 2nd Floor
3rd Floor
2nd Floor University iPrint: Use "Go Print" to release print job.
Cybrary Workstations 3rd Floor 2nd Floor University iPrint: Use "Go Print" to release print job.
iPrint Anywhere Your laptop 2nd Floor University iPrint: Follow online instructions to release print job.
Note: Only works with University Printers and University Allocation.
Lexis Printers All of the above computer locations 2nd Floor
3rd Floor
7th Floor
Printing provided by Lexis on dedicated printers.
Note: Materials posted on Web Courses (Lexis) cannot be printed on Lexis printers.
Free printing from Westlaw is no longer available.

Scanners

Scanning service for Law students and Law faculty is available on 2nd floor. The scanning service allows for scanned documents to be sent to email, saved to usb or scanned by smart devices and can be saved in a variety of file formats..


Law Workstations (Law Students Only)

Law students are recommended to use Law workstations as they provide the most functionality with regards to productivity and printing and also have permissions in place so that only Law students have access to them. The Law workstations are on:

  • 2nd floor:
    • Law workstations
      • 9 computers (surrounding central stairs)
      • 1 handicap accessible station left of stairs
  • 7th floor:
    • Law School workstations
      • 8 computers (along the west wall)
      • 1 southeast corner of reading room
      • 1 south wall of reading room
      • 1 southwest corner of reading room

Personal Laptops and Other Devices

For research and word processing, students are also able to use personal laptops. To connect to the Internet, use one of the following options:

  • OpenPort Connections
    Laptop users in the Law Library may connect to the Internet using OpenPort connects located on the 3rd floor in the laptop carrels and at desks along the north wall (elevator side). An ethernet card is necessary to use the OpenPort connects.

  • Computer Software and Protecting Your Computer

    Software is available for free downloading via UBIT.