Law Computer Labs

Whether or not you choose to purchase your own computer, OU Law ITS encourages you to take advantage of the Law Student Computer Labs. In addition to the Main Computer Lab, OU Law ITS maintains the Auxiliary Computer Lab and the Crowe & Dunlevy Legal Research and Writing Computer Lab.

The Main Lab is located on the main level of the Donald E. Pray Law Library, just east of the Chapman Reading Room. It contains 30 computers with high-speed internet connectivity and four high-speed laser printers (plus two vendor-provided specific-use printers) and is maintained for the exclusive use of currently-enrolled OU Law students. The Auxiliary Lab is on the third floor in the Library. The Crowe & Dunlevy Lab is located on the second floor of the Law Center, off of the Boren Atrium, but it is only open during Legal Research and Writing class sessions.

Before you can use the Lab (or any other College of Law computing/network resource) you must complete the mandatory Student Computer Lab Orientation. Early Admissions Program, 1L and transfer students will receive emailed instructions for an online orientation after they pay their admissions deposit. LL.M. and visiting students will go through a student orientation typically held the Friday prior to the start of classes in the Fall or by appointment after classes begin.