Printing and Scanning
Columbia Law School offers high-speed networked printers. Students have a printing quota of 3,000 pages per year. This is one of the highest Law School printing allotments in the nation.
This 3,000-page print quota does not include Westlaw or LexisNexis print jobs, which are automatically sent to the dedicated research printers in the second-floor lab. Those pages are paid for by Lexis Nexis and Westlaw. You can check your current print balance anytime by either hovering the mouse cursor over the dollar sign "$" in the task bar near the computer clock or double clicking "$." This will show you the number of pages you have left.
Page allotments do not carry over from year to year. If you exhaust your printing quota, additional pages can be purchased at 5 cents per page at the Diamond Law Library's circulation desk in Jerome Greene Hall.
Student Printer Locations
- 2nd Floor Lab - 216 GRHL
- 3rd Floor Express Lab
- 4th Floor Copy Room
- A dedicated résumé printer is set up in 216I Jerome Greene Hall computer lab. This printer is not networked, therefore résumés have to be copied on a DVD drive or USB thumb drive and printed directly from the résumé computer. Please bring your own résumé paper, as it is not provided in the lab.
- A scanning station is set up in the 216I Jerome Greene Hall computer lab. This scanner allows you to turn hard copy printouts into “soft” copy ones. The scanner is robust and easy to use. A how-to guide is listed below to get you started; however if you need any help, please feel free to contact us. at the IT helpdesk