Information Technology

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The Brandeis School of Law Information Technology Department's full-time staff:

  • Support our community's use of productivity, administrative, communications and instructional technologies
  • Administer exams on computer and the student computer lab
  • Manage hardware and software inventory and acquisition, and
  • Collaborate with University of Louisville Information Technology Services to support network and voice communications and ensure information security

Classroom Technology

Brandeis School of Law's eight classrooms offer attractive, comfortable amenities, including modern electronic presentation systems and electricity at every student's seat. The Breit and Hebel/JAVS Courtrooms feature state-of-the-art evidence presentation and audio-video transcription equipment.

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. Test