Technology Spaces
Help Desk

Help Desk Hours

Monday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm

The Law ITS Department maintains a variety of technology spaces and service locations on campus in support of UConn Law faculty, staff, administrators, and students. See below for an overview, and explore the tabs above for more information.

Help Desk

The ITS Help Desk is the first point of contact for technology services and help from Information Technology Services, providing support for the UConn Law community in the use of computer, email, and Internet-related services.  The ITS Help Desk is located on the second floor of the Law Library.  Please note that access to some of our facilities, such as the ITS computers requires a valid UConn ID.

Assistive Technology Room

The Law ITS Department also provides support for the Assistive Technology Room, located on the fourth floor (Room 421) of the Law Library. The room is open during regular library hours and is available to approved students by the student affairs office.

Each semester, our Information Technology Services department schedules regular hours to answer questions regarding computer maintenance and security, and to assist with connecting to the UCONN-SECURE wireless network, printers and more. The Help Desk is located on the second floor of the Thomas J. Meskill Law Library. Hours are regularly posted on the ITS website and on bulletin boards located in the library.

Computer Lab

The Law School's computer lab offers both an opportunity to complete coursework and a place to receive training on computer-assisted legal research tools.  The computer lab is located on the second floor of the Law Library and is open during all Law Library hours.  

The workstations in the computer labs may only be used by registered law students, faculty, and staff. Each user is assigned a unique login name (LawID) and password to access the Law School network.  If you do not know your LawID, visit the Help Desk or submit a ticket for additional assistance.  For security reasons, please note that requests for help with credentials must be made in writing or in person.

There are twelve (12) workstations located in the computer lab. All machines are Dell PCs running MS Windows 10.

The library periodically offers (or sponsors) instructional sessions on our electronic legal research tools, such as Westlaw and LexisNexis. If you are interested in scheduling a training session for any of the library's electronic research tools, complete our form or contact the Help Desk.

During instructional sessions, portions of the lab may be reserved. Some instructors might permit students to use vacant computers during a class, however this use is at the discretion of the instructor. Reserved times are posted on the door.

Printing & Scanning

Printer Locations 

Black and white printers are available in the computer lab on the 2nd floor of the Library, on the 3rd, 4th and 5th floors of the Library and in the student lounge on the 1st floor of Knight Hall.  A color printer is available in the computer lab.

Printing Costs

Printing at the Law School is through HuskyPrint. Students can install the HuskyPrint printer on their personal laptops and send print jobs to the print queue while connected to UCONN-SECURE. The Law School lab computers also utilize HuskyPrint. Husky print deducts print charges from your Student ID HuskyBucks account. Visit to load your card or check you balance.

Instructions for using HuskyPrint from the Law School Lab »

Black and White:  .05¢/page

Color:  15¢/page

Lexis provides free printing services for their databases at their dedicated printers on the 2nd floor of the Library.

Copying & Scanning

A copier and scanner are available on the 3rd floor of the Library. 

Copies are 10¢/page.

HuskyBucks are also accepted here.

The Information Technology department provides technical and multimedia support for classes. Multimedia equipment is installed in most classrooms as well as the training lab. Virtually all of the classrooms have a computer with network access to networked files, a laptop connection, and at least one projector. Specific information on technology capabilities can be found here.