The Brandeis School of Law Information Technology Department's three full-time staff:
- Support our community's use of productivity, administrative, communications and instructional technologies
- Administer exams on computer, student computer labs and printing
- Manage hardware and software inventory and acquisition, and
- Collaborate with the University of Louisville's Office of Information Technology to support network and voice communications and ensure information security
Brandeis School of Law's eight classrooms offer attractive, comfortable amenities, including modern electronic presentation systems and electricity at every student's seat. The new Hebel/JAVS Trial Court Room features state-of-the-art evidence presentation and audio-video transcription equipment, and the Allen Appellate Court Room features an audio-video transcription system.
Exams on Computer
Brandeis School of Law permits students to take exams on their laptop computers using Extegrity's Exam4, available for both PC and Mac. Exam4 provides a stable, secure word processing environment while locking out access to other applications, files and network and Internet resources. Brandeis School of Law is the only Kentucky law school using Exam4, the same application used for administration of the Kentucky Bar Exam.
Computer Labs and Printing
Each of Brandeis School of Law's two student computer labs feature 11 Dell all-in-one computers, a high-speed, high-capacity network laser printer and a dedicated Lexis-Nexis printer. In addition to computer labs reserved exclusively for their use, law students also enjoy use of two wireless laser printers.