Answered By: Amy Wharton Last Updated: Aug 03, 2017 Views: 603
Students, Faculty and Staff
To use the library’s printers and copiers, you must have a computing ID on the Law School domain and a Printing/Copying Accounting System (CAS) print management account. Law students, faculty and staff are automatically assigned CAS accounts. Students receive a printing allotment which may be replenished online by credit card; faculty and staff are assigned departmental billing codes. Most of the library's printers have a card swipe device. To activate your ID card, go to the Law-ITC Help Desk (WB399) or the Copy Center. More >
Patrons who are not affiliated with the Law School
If you're not affiliated with the Law School, you have a few options for using the Library's printers and copiers:
(1) Use the library’s public computers and printers. The Law Library is pleased to offer walk-up computing stations for our students and public patrons. The primary purpose of these computing stations is to permit researchers to access Virgo, our online catalog, and databases subscribed to by the University of Virginia Libraries. Printing is available, but is limited. You can print up to three pages per print request to the attached printer. Longer documents must be printed in segmented page ranges (e.g., 1-3, 4-6, etc). It may be more convenient to save document files to your personal cloud storage or or to a flash drive for printing elsewhere. Flash drives are sold at the Courts & Commerce Book Store and at grocery stores or the CVS at Barracks Road Shopping Center.
(2) For copies, visit the circulation desk on the first floor.