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Brooklyn Law School Library in a Nutshell: Computer Labs

This guide is a brief introduction to and overview of the Brooklyn Law School Library. Described here are the services, resources, facilities and staff of the Library.

Locations & Descriptions of Computer Labs

The library has three computer labs.  Their locations & descriptions are below:

  1. Cellar Lab:  32 computer workstations and five release stations/printers.
  2. Tech Ed Lab, room C36:  16 Macintosh computers.  This is the school's training lab and may be used by students when there is no training session or legal research class being held there.)
  3. 3rd fl. Computer Lab, room 337: 13 computers, 2 release stations/printers

Public Access Computers

In addition to the computer labs, public access computers may be found on the first floor of the the library opposite the reference desk, and on the second and third floors of the library, in the elevator lobbies.  These computers are not connected to printers, but may be used to check email and for quick Internet searches.

There is also a computer and printer on the first floor opposite the reference desk for accessing online United States government documents through the government depository program.