Answered By: Kate Britt
Last Updated: Mar 15, 2022     Views: 104

There is a color printer available for law student use in the Law Library on Sub-1 behind the Information Desk. ​Please note that it is a shared machine, also available to people not affiliated with the Law School for making copies or printing with a paid library copy card. 

Law students can download a printer installation program that will install this printer on their laptops.    


  • Each page printed on this printer counts as 2pgs against your Law School printing quota. 
  • The law school does not suspend charging to this printer during study days and exams. 
  • This printer prints single-sided by default.
  • Law students do not need to use the card reader to print on this printer.
  • See the law school's charge for print policy for more information.

If you have any questions or problems with this printer, please contact Law IT at

Note also: Hatcher Graduate Library has a color printer available to law students. MLaw students can apply their U-M Sites printing allotment to this printer.

Learn more about Campus Computing Sites and check your printing allocation balance at this page:

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