|While we are excited that you are now part of the Law School community, we want you to know that we value your safety. We are living in uncertain times, and we hope you will adhere to policies that Law Technology has outlined below for walk-ins and drop-ins during orientation and through out the academic year.|
|Walk-ins and drop-ins at the Law Technology Help Desk in Charney 111 will not be offered until further notice, but instead will be conducted at the Law Tech/Info desk in Mabie Grand Atrium, starting Fall 2020. |
We will enforce strict social distancing and equipment handling protocols. Instructions on how contact and/or interact with Law Tech staff will be posted on CH 111 Office door and also at the Law Tech/Info Desk. You must wear the proper PPE, a face mask, for in-person service.
All orientation materials will be conducted online and a notification will be sent to you mid to late July before Law School orientation week. First year law students can set up most of what you need technology-wise for Law School by following online instructions below:
|Preparing for Orientation (Overview)|
Preparing for Orientation - Part I (detailed)
Preparing for Orientation - Part II (detailed)
Preparing for Orientation FAQs
First year law students that still having issues and are planning to visit Charney Hall during Law School Orientation week, then we encourage you to follow these instructions:
1. Contact Law Technology Help Desk (408-554-5762) or create at ticket at Law Help Desk site, lawhelpdesk.scu.edu , and make an appointment for a drop-in session (Law Tech/Info Desk in Mabie Grand Atrium) or a remote support session. A Law Help Desk staff member will contact you to determine the appropriate course of action and/or verify your appointment.
2. On the day your appointment, go to the Law Tech/Info desk. If no one is at the desk, then simply follow the instructions posted at the desk to get assistance. Please make sure to follow social distancing rules and wear the proper PPE, i.e a face mask.
We thank you for your patience in advance. In-person drop-in sessions will most likely take up more time due to our new customer engagement rules.