Legal Information Technology
- New Printers at the Law Center! Click here for instructions on how to print at the Law Center.
- New The Electronic Bluebook Training is now available online via Blackboard. This training is required to learn how to use and obtain the exam software. You will need to go through the training, and pass the quiz with a minimum of 80% in order to retrieve the EBB software. There are unlimited attempts. Good Luck!
- Need help? Open a ticket.
- Need to change your password?
If you are on campus, the easiest and quickest way to change your Cougarnet password is by logging in to a Law Center machine (students may use machines located in the library or wireless lab). Press CTRL + ALT + DEL keys and choose the option for “Change Password.”
However, if you are not on campus, please change your password here.
For information on the UH Strong Password Standard, click here.
Faculty / Staff should be sure to change to the "Faculty/Staff" tab below
- Virus Protection
Viruses and worms can affect computers in different ways. They can infect files which might be required to run applications on your computer or even system files which is the core of the operating systems. It can also infect the boot-sectors (the starting of the Hard disk). The boot-sector is read and executed during computer startup.
Virus protection programs run in the background and look for viruses and worms as the computer user opens files and emails and accesses floppy disks. The virus protection program will alert the user of the infection and ask if it should disinfect. Sometimes the virus or worm can be removed without any harm; other times, it has already done the damage, and the file or disk it infected is corrupted. Be aware that virus protection programs only protect you from known viruses. They do not protect you from new viruses. A new virus can spread unrestricted throughout the world for a couple of days until users start updating their antivirus programs. Self-protection is the key to preventing new viruses from spreading. The UH Law Center recommends that it's users use McAfee VirusScan.