Computer Lab Improvements

A new lab opens & an old lab is partially converted to a videoconferencing space.

Lab 211 with 33 computers in Founders Hall is now open and available for use by GMU law students. Hours will be 9AM to 10 PM, M-Th, 9AM to 6PM, Friday, and 9AM to 5PM, Saturday & Sunday. The easiest way to access Lab 211 from the law school is to walk through the double-doors connecting Hazel and Founders Hall on the second floor. The lab is on the right-hand side of the hallway on the Founders side.

Lab 350 in the Library is being downsized, and a part of it will be renovated for videoconferencing. A wall will be constructed sometime in the next month to divide the room into two sections. One section will be an open lab for law students that will house 6 computers and the Lexis and Westlaw printers. (The Pay-for-Print workstation has been moved to just outside of Lab 350.) The videoconferencing portion of the room and its equipment will be available to law students to use for job interviews that can be scheduled through the Career Services office.

Law students can continue to use the 10 computers in Lab 342 whenever this room is not being used for training.  Generally, there are only a few training classes scheduled during the course of a week, and the schedule is posted on the door to this lab and on the Law School’s online Events Calendar. Lab 342 has a Pay-for-Print workstation.

Finally, the second set of Lexis and Westlaw printers are located at the back of the first floor of the library in the Microforms Room.