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Office of Information Technology

Overview

Our state-of-the-art classrooms let faculty image-in guest lecturers via video simulcast and call in field experts via a voice-over-Internet protocol telephone, illuminating the legal world in new ways. Special lighting, computer projectors, and audio-visual equipment enhance presentation capabilities. Student desks in both classrooms and library provide power and wireless network connections.

There are a variety of the technology resources available to Stanford Law School students, faculty, and staff including:

  • Wired and wireless networks throughout the Law School complex
  • E-mail
  • Personal web space
  • Network space for saving & backing up files
  • High-Speed Network printing
  • Computer labs in the Law Library
  • Access to media resources for group projects and class presentations including laptops, projectors, video cameras, & microphones
  • A Web Course Portal for accessing online class materials, information, research & schedules
  • Class Mailing Lists for communications between students & professors
  • Discussion Boards for online class & group discussions
  • Stanford Law Directory — includes student, faculty & staff contact information
  • New Student IT Orientation
  • Computer Training classes on specific topics such as laptop configuration & exam software installation
  • ITS Help Documents for answers to frequently asked questions, user setup information, & guides to computing at the Law School
  • ITS Help Online to report problems & questions or check on the status of a work order
  • ITS Help Desk: online, email, telephone, or walk-in support
  • Wireless network cards allow students to connect their computers to the network so that they can print, access e-mail and do research