Technology Services

Now more than ever, technology is fundamental to the practice of law. The Office of Law Technology Services (LTS) provides expert IT assistance to students, faculty and staff. They maintain the Law School’s technology assets and provide students with assistance in configuring and maintaining their laptop computers.

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Ross Branton

Senior Manager of Law Technology Services

Andy Hays

Media Specialist I

Lee F. Peoples

Associate Dean of Library and Technology
Frederick Charles Hicks Professor of Law

Matthew Wakeham

IT Coordinator

IT Support

The Office of Law Technology Services (LTS) provides the following services:

  • Technical help
  • Computer purchasing advice
  • Consultation on technology projects
  • Audio/visual setup
  • Guidance on using specific applications
  • Assistance with unique or specialized IT needs

Required Minimum Computer Specifications for Law Students

Click here for the minimum computer specifications.

Need help?

Submit a Support Ticket


Click here for instructions on how to add the printers.

Color Printing

The law school student printers are not able to print in color. Law students may print to a color printer located at the OCU main campus Dulaney Browne library. Color print jobs must be sent to the student print queue (not law student print queue used at the law school). Color print jobs are charged against a student’s $40 per semester copy/printing allowance. Color printers were not added to the law school’s printer fleet upgrade in 2020 because of their slow speed and nearly zero requests from students for color printing.


Students, faculty and staff may check your email here. If you have issues logging in call (405) 208-5803.


Click here to retrieve.

Wireless Network

Go here for automated configuration of your laptop. Instructions for your particular operating system and device are also available.

Additionally, Law Technology Services can assist you in configuring your device for the wireless network. If you have any questions or issues connecting to the wireless network, please see the staff in the computer services area next to the computer lab.

Multi-factor Authentication

For help setting up multi-factor authentication, please see one of the links below.

Setting up multi-factor authentication
Using multi-factor authentication with VPN

Tutorial Videos

Microsoft Outlook Tutorial:

Wi-Fi Tutorial:

Wireless Printer Tutorial:

Classroom Monitor Tutorial:

Classroom Clicker Tutorial:

Basic Features of Microsoft Teams and Zoom:

Click here to download the Mobility Print installer for Windows.