UW Law students have the privilege of being able to access the law library 24/7. So long as you abide by the After Hours Policy, you are permitted to use the library any time. Swipe in with your Husky Card and take the elevator to L1. Be aware that Gates Hall is closed between 1 am and 6 am but law students can return to the library if already inside the building during this time. More information.
There are UW Law only computers in the Law Student Lounge on L1. Log in with your NetID.
Other computers in the library are available for anyone to use:
You can use mobile print, print from your laptop, or use a library computer. More info: Printing, Scanning, and Copying Services.
The law library has three overhead book and document scanners. One is in each Copy Alcove on L1 and the third is in the Law Student Lounge for law students' exclusive use. Scanning is free.
The law library has three printers for law student use. One in each Copy Alcove on L1, and one in the L2 Copy Alcove.
Name your document, select "Gate Hall B & W" as your printer, and swipe your Husky Card at the pay station. Printing is $.12 per page. More pricing information.
Ask at the Circulation Desk for basic printing troubleshooting assistance.
The law library has one color printer, which is in the Copy Alcove behind the Law Student Lounge. Mobile printing is black & white ONLY, so you must have the driver installed on your laptop to print to the color printer. Name your document, select "Gates Hall Color", and swipe your Husky Card at the pay station. Printing is $.50 per page.
The law library is open to anyone who wants to visit, including public visitors and members of the UW community. The space can get crowded and loud, depending on the time of day and proximity to midterms and finals. Law students have areas that are reserved exclusively for their use such as law student-only tables, the law student lounge, study rooms, and the L2 Commons. Find out more about these areas, food and drink restrictions, and noise levels on our Places to Study in Gallagher Law Library page.