Computing in the Law Library
Law ID required. Non-law UCI users cannot use lab computers.
Computers. There are PCs with Windows, Office, Internet Explorer, and Firefox. Printing is available.
Help. A lab assistant is available during business hours. After-hours telephone help is also available.
Hours. Same as Library hours. Note that the Computer Lab closes 15 minutes before the Library does.
Location. Upstairs (2nd floor) - Law Library.
Software option - for UCI and UCI Law resources. UCI Law community members can use the law school's VPN (Virtual Private Network) to get access to databases that require authentication. Instructions are available from UCI Law IT.
Browser-based option - for UCI resources. UCI community members can use the UCI Web VPN to connect to many resources that require authentication. This option is helpful when you cannot install software on the computer you're using. Instructions are available from UCI Libraries.
UCI Law students, faculty, and staff. Printing is available from lab computers; wireless printing is also available. See Information Technology Services for more information.
Other visitors. No printing is available in the Law Library for visitors. Copiers, however, are available; copy cards can be purchased in the Law Library.
Visitors can use one of the six public computers in the Law Library. All public computers can be used to search Law Library catalogs and other databases. Visitors who need to save search results can use a web-based option (for example, email drafts or Google Drive) or a USB drive. Note that there is no printing from public computers.
Connecting to UCI Law resources. When using the UCI Mobile network (for example, from a laptop in the Law Library) UCI Law community members should use the law school's VPN (Virtual Private Network) to use databases that require authentication. Instructions are available from UCI Law IT.
Coverage. The UCInet Mobile Access network covers all of campus, including the entire Law Library and the courtyard outside.
Hours and basic information: