Visitors to the Law Library
For those of you who make photocopies, print or scan documents at the Ross-Blakley Law Library at Arizona State University, please note the following changes on how you pay for copying and scanning.
The print account funding system has changed, effective December 29, 2014. The Law Library’s printing and copying system utilizes the University’s Print Anywhere program. In order for visitors to print, copy, or scan at the Law Library, they must first purchase a Print Anywhere Guest Card from any Sun Devil Bookstore location. Bookstore hours may vary, so please plan ahead if you need to purchase a card. Cards can be purchased in $6 increments. This is enough to make 50 8.5×11 b/w copies.
Printing no longer requires the creation or funding of a Print Anywhere Account. Visitors with a balance remaining on their Print Anywhere account can use the card until the funds have been used entirely. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the PrintU Office. To learn more about the change, please visit Canon’s Print Anywhere Funding Update page.
ASU Students, Faculty & Staff
Printing and copying charges for ASU students, faculty, and staff will be charged to your MyASU account. The Print Anywhere program is not applicable to printing in the Law Student Computer. Computer Lab is restricted to law student use only and printing charges are handled by the IT Department.
Intersession has started at the Law School, and our hours have been heavily pruned to reflect that.
From Wednesday, December 17 – Saturday, January 10th, our hours will be as follows:
Monday – Saturday from 8:00 am – 5:00 pm, with Reference Librarians available Monday – Friday from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm.
To celebrate the holidays, the library will be closed on the following days:
Thursday-Sunday, December 25-28th
Thursday, January 1
We will be open until 8pm on Sunday, January 11th to allow incoming students to prepare for the beginning of the semester.
Starting today, December 3, the Ross-Blakley Law Library will be open until midnight so that you can study just a little bit longer. Why don’t you stay, work on an essay, look at some law books, seek hiding nooks, and watch our tweets so you can get some treats?
We open at the usual time (7 am on weekdays and 8 am on weekends), and the reference librarians will be on duty during their usual hours, from 8:30 am to 5:00 pm on weekdays. This schedule will continue through Monday, December 15, the day before finals end. Say you will join us at the library during our extended hours.
Finals are approaching and the Law Library wants you to take a break and have a treat. During the reading and exam period we will send out special Treat Tweets. When you get the Treat Tweet, come to the Reference office or the Circulation desk in the Law Library and get a treat! We will have candy and fruit to help you get through the long hours of studying. Sign-up to follow us on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/asulawlibrary
Good Luck on Your Exams!