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Law-IT Services

The Information Technology and Audiovisual Department provides a variety of services to support the School of Law's use of technology both in and outside the classroom.

Law-IT actively partners with UB Information Technology (UBIT), UB's Office of Curriculum, Assessment and Teaching Transformation  and the Charles B. Sears Law Library to provide the best possible computing infrastructure.

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Examsoft and Examplify - The School of Law offers students the ability to take law school exams using personal computers in courses where professors have opted to use the Examplify software provided by ExamSoft. Examsoft login credentials is provided by the law school’s Records and Registration Office.

For step-by-step instructions on using Examplify, please visit Examplify Information & FAQ.

Additional Tech Services

School of Law Classroom Technology Guides - Step-by-step instructions on what to do to turn on, unlock, log in, and display the technology in O’Brian Classrooms. This documentation includes the combinations necessary to access podium technology like 106, 107, 108 and more.

Mobility Print - Mobility Print enables you to install print queues on your personally owned Windows and MacOS computers through a one-time process, then print directly from your applications using File/Print thereafter. This service is offered to UB Law faculty, staff, and students alike, though access and restrictions are different for each group, so please take a moment to familiarize yourself with the features available to you.

Law Library Technology Guides - From handy Microsoft Word video tutorials to information on Law Library Computers, Scanners and Printers, these guides are available to help lead you through a variety of technical services.

Koren Audio Visual Center – The Koren Center provides audiovisual and micrographic services to the law school community.

Computers, Scanners and Printing in the Law Library - On-Campus computing resources for law students, faculty and staff. Services include a number of computers, printers, and scanners. Visit this webpage to learn which computers are available only to law students.

Our Team

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Tubinis, Brandon

Information Technology Operations Manager

School of Law

221 O'Brian Hall, North Campus

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Christensen, John

Law School Systems Administrator

School of Law

221 O'Brian Hall, North Campus

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Teklzghi, Tedros

Help Desk Manager

School of Law

221 O'Brian Hall, North Campus

221 O’Brian Hall (in the Law Library)