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Law Library Introduction


This page is intended as an introduction to using the law library printers and scanners.

Collaborative Work Stations

UPDATE: group study not available during Fall 2020 due to the pandemic.

The Library has two collaborative  workstations on the first floor.  Students may plug in a laptop and share their screen with a group to prepare for a presentation or study together.  Adapters to connect your laptop to the workstation are available at the circulation desk.  Please keep in mind not all laptops will be compatible with this device.

Photo of large computer screen on a table with chairs.


The library has four print release stations.  Each semester a print allotment is allocated to your UMass Pass.  After you send a document to the printer, you swipe your card at the release terminal and the job will be deducted from your print funds.  Your UMass Pass also acts as your library card.

Lexis offers free printing!  When you choose to print cases, statutes, law reviews, etc. through Lexis, you may pick up your free prints at the circulation desk.

Photo of a computer next to a printer.


The Technology Team

Please contact the IT staff for technical assistance.

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There are two scanners available for use in the circulation area.  The scanners will send your document to the printer, to an email account, or you may save directly to a flashdrive.

 Photo of a scanning station in the UMass Law Library.