Absolutely NO FOOD OR DRINK is allowed in ANY of the computer lab or printing/scanning spaces. If you bring food and drink into the lab, we will have to ask you to take it away.
We must revoke your Lab Privileges if you:
Allow another person to use your account and password
Attempt to reconfigure the operating system of any lab computers
Use abusive language, sexually harrass, or engage in physical contact with any staff or person using the labs
Steal any hardware or peripherals from the workstations
Access for Students with Disabilities
It is the policy of the Berkeley Law Library to provide equal access to library resources and services for all of our primary patrons. Berkeley Law students with disabilities should contact email@example.com for information about services available at the Law School and to arrange for any accommodations necessary to use computing resources.
New Fall 2023 students were shown an orientation presentation about Berkeley Law library and student computing resources. The slides from your orientation presentation are also available here (link requires you to be logged into your Berkeley account). All of the computing topics and links covered during the orientation presentation are also available within the pages of this online computing guide.
We have made PDF versions of our Printing handout and Wireless handout available for easy reference. The same information is also available within this computing guide in the printing and wireless sections.
If you have any technical support questions, please do not hesitate to reach out by emailing us, or chatting with us during business hours! If you have more general library inquiries, consult the law library's Contact Us page to find the best way of getting assistance.
Berkeley Law's computer lab is located in Room LL131 in the law library and is staffed by our student labtechs (seated at the library front desk), who can provide you with answers to general and technical questions.
The lab has 15 Mac and Windows PCs, access to multiple high-speed HP LaserJet printers and a number of easy-to-use touchscreen scanning stations that can scan books and documents to e-mail, a USB drive, a printer, or Google Drive.
Use of the computer lab is reserved for enrolled law students only. Other UCB students and the general public may use the computers, scanners, and printers in the public areas of the library for research purposes. Printing service from these public computers is available through the Cal1Card guest card system for a fee.
Student Computing Services + Getting Help
Computing services offered to Berkeley Law students include a computer lab exclusively for law students, email accounts, computer hardware and software tips/recommendations, training on using library-based electronic resources, and software support as well as referrals to sources of help on issues that exceed our level of support.
If you are not a student at Berkeley Law, please see our section on public computing for visitors.
The campus knowledge base can also be useful for additional instructions and information - use the search function to find relevant articles.