classroom full of computers.

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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UB Information Technology is the central location of all UBIT information. Here you will find guidance on such topics as managing your UBITName, protecting your UB accounts, setting up your devices, storing your files, and free software that is available through your UB affiliation. Information regarding all University guides, updates, and policies can be found by navigating this website.

You can also find information specific to:

Services of Note

Teach Anywhere
Whether you are looking to get started with online teaching, or you require advanced resources to enhance existing courses, this page will help you navigate the comprehensive resources that UB has, helping to ensure your success in teaching anywhere.

UB Print Anywhere
UB students receive a semesterly quota of free pages to print assignments at any of 40 print station kiosks. Learn how to easily print your assignments from any computer, a computing site, your smartphone, a USB drive and more.

Computing Standards for Law Students - Your technology tools must meet certain standards. Read more to find out if your computer and Internet meet UB's minimum recommendations.

Purchasing Personally Owned Computers and Electronics - Find and purchase computers, mobile devices and other electronic equipment at a discount from licensed sellers. Before you press "Purchase," please be aware of UB’s computing standards.

Security - Come here to learn about avoiding email scams, protecting your devices, and where to get to help if you've been hacked.

UBIT Alerts - Provides information about IT service outages and scheduled maintenance.

Our Team

photo of Brandon Tubinis.

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)