Law Students at GW encounter computing resources across the several buildings of the Law School. These resources include general use computer labs, fee-based laser printing, research facilities, and systems supporting students using personal notebook computers.
In recent years these resources have expanded beyond their traditional home, the Jacob Burns Law Library, to meet widespread student needs. For example, we established a computer classroom/lab in Stuart Hall and implemented wireless network access in student lounge and study areas as well as all classrooms. These developments complement the resources described below, as well as our innovative classroom and moot courtroom technologies.
Learn more about the Computing Facilities available at the Law School. Additionally, GW computing facilities located on main campus are available for law student use.