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Computing @ Law

There are currently 45 publicly available machines in the Library areas, some of which have dedicated functions (such as Library catalog) but the majority of which are general purpose machines. Most are dual booting PC's (Windows 7, Ubuntu Linux) but there are also two Macintosh computers available on the second floor computing area. In addition, there are 25 machines in the Freshfields IT Computer Teaching Room, where computer-based teaching is done, the machines being available for general use at other times. These computers are generically referred to as the MCS (managed cluster service) and are widely available in Colleges and Departments.

Student printing is via the DS-Print system which can be made use of wirelessly from your laptop or by using one of the three multifunction devices located across the three floors of the Squire Law Library (these also provide scanning and scan to USB function).

Wireless access to the internet is provided by the UniOfCam and eduroam wireless services which are available throughout the building including the lecture theaters.

Help and support is available from offices S7 and S8 (second floor) during normal office hours or by email: