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What technology-related tools are available at ASL?


Information Services FAQ

What am I allowed to do at school?

The Computer Usage Policy regulates usage of the ASL network, servers, computers, and other equipment. Please read it before you access anything at school.

What computer do you recommend I purchase for Law School?

ASL does not recommend one computer model. You can find suggested requirements for a personal computer here.

How do I connect to ASL's wireless network?

Set-up varies by operating system. You can find instructions for multiple operating system types in the Student Packet. If you have trouble, contact Information Services.

How do I get an e-mail account?

Your account is set up during orientation week, and Information Services will provide you with your log-in information. You can also find instructions for accessing your account in the Student Packet. If you have any problems accessing your e-mail account, contact Information Services.

How do I print?

You can find directions for installing printers in the Student Packet. If you are unable to set up your laptop to print to the network, there are student access computers in the library. You can also bring your laptop to Information Services to have printers installed.

Why can't I get to LexisNexis or Westlaw?

If you are having issues accessing LexisNexis or Westlaw, please tell the library staff or contact your representative. Information Services does not handle password and account issues for LexisNexis or Westlaw.

How do I reserve audio-visual equipment?

Please contact Information Services for instructions.


Community Service

ASL will fuel your commitment to making a difference in the world. Through our community-service requirement of 25 hours per semester, you’ll volunteer at places like:

  • Animal shelters
  • Carnivals for disadvantaged children
  • Free medical clinics
  • Recycling centers
  • Retirement homes