Faculty & Staff

Support Resources for Law Faculty & Staff

Law School Resources

Law School faculty and staff are welcome to use all technology support available to students, including the Student Computing Help Center located in the Law Library, Room 205. They may also contact the Administrative Technology Resources (ATR) department via phone or email during the posted hours.

University Resources

After-hours and weekend support available:
Phone: (617) 552-HELP (4357)
E-mail: help.center@bc.edu

Please note that services specific to the Law School (e.g. access to servers and printers, LEXIS, WESTLAW, BloombergLaw, ACES2, Symplicity, etc.) are administered only by members of the ATR and Law Library staff and University ITS staff will likely not have access or familiarity with said services.

Faculty Support Hours

Day of the Week Hours
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Monday - Friday (summer) 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday - Sunday, holidays closed

A/V Resources (Newton MTS)

For an overview of services please contact Newton Campus Media Technology Services(MTS). To request services provided by Newton MTS please call 617-552-4355, or email at daley@bc.edu.


The Newton MTS provides classroom audio and video systems training for faculty and staff. Training is available upon request. View current AV systems in the classrooms.

Voice Recording

Faculty wishing to make audio comment feedback can borrow the digital voice recorders.


The Skype room is located in the Law Library, Room 378. You can book the Skype room here. Please call 617-552-4355, or email daley@bc.edu, for training on Skype and other video conference tools.

Panopto Lecture Capture

Panopto is a cloud-based lecture capture application with Canvas integration. Currently all classrooms in the East Wing building are equipped with Panopto. Please schedule a Panopto session at least 48 hours before your event by calling 617-552-4355, or emailing daley@bc.edu

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