FAQs

  • I have a question about legal research - who can I talk to at the Law Library?

    We welcome questions from students. You can visit us on level 3 at the service desk of the Law Library, phone us on (03) 8344 8913 or email us at law-library@unimelb.edu.au.

  • What are the opening hours for the Library?

    To view the opening hours, please visit Library Opening Hours

  • Where can I find more information about opening hours for other libraries?

    You can view the opening hours for other University of Melbourne libraries at http://library.unimelb.edu.au/hours

  • How much does it cost to print?

    A4 Printing from Terminals, or from your own wireless connected laptop using a Unicard photocopy card, is charged at 10 cents per page. Photocopying is managed by Unicard, you can buy a Unicard copy card or use your Student ID card. You can add copy credits to the card by using the Unicard machine on Level 3 or top up online via the Unicard website.

  • How much does it cost to photocopy?

    A4 Photcopying costs 12 cents per page. Photocopying is managed by Unicard, you can buy a Unicard copy card or use your Student ID card. You can add copy credits to the card by using the Unicard machine on Level 3 or top up online via the Unicard website.

  • How do I put more money on printing card?

    Printing credits can be purchased via the Unicard vending machine on level 3 of the library. It will add credit to a Unicard copy card, or you can use your student card or top up online via the Unicard website.

  • Can I install software onto the Law PC labs?

    No. Students are prohibited from attempting to install illegal software or attempting to elevate user privileges for the installation of software on any of the computers within the Law PC Labs and Alan Katz Room.

    Severe penalties apply including immediate suspension of all IT Access across campus.

  • What does it mean when it says that I cannot log on 'interactively' when accessing the Law PC labs?

    This can occur if you have only recently set up your email account. Please allow 24 hours for the permissions on your account to be set up. This message also occurs if you are not actively undertaking any law subjects, i.e students enrolled in Semester 2 Law subjects will not be granted access during Semester 1.

  • How do I connect to wireless?

    The usage guidelines are online here http://www.studentit.unimelb.edu.au/findandconnect/connectwireless.html. You will need to know your computer's operating system

  • How do I book a library class?

    Have a look at the training section of the law library home page – you can book via the links for each class.