"This is the first time I am living on my own. Louisiana is a very different state than Florida, and I was put into an extremely academically competitive environment, far surpassing what I was used to. I believe that these experiences will prepare me for any challenge I may face in the future."(more)
Michelle Shamblin Stratton, a 2009 graduate of the LSU Law Center, served as a law clerk to United States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas for the 2011-12 term of the Court. Stratton is the first LSU Law graduate to serve as a Supreme Court law clerk.
Welcome to Computing Services
The Office of Computing Services is responsible for the implementation and support of computing resources at the LSU Law Center. Located on the third floor of the main building (Room 317), the Computing Services Help Desk is the hub of Law Center technical support for students, faculty, and staff.
Major services include desktop and laptop hardware and software installation and maintenance, network file, print and database services, PC-to-mainframe connectivity, email, LISTSERV, and web services, as well as videoconferencing. Technical support is available to faculty, staff, and students of the Law Center.
Have a support question? Explore the information and links on this site, or drop by or give us a call. To contact the Office of Computing Services, call our Help Desk, 225-578-4898, fax: 225-578-4682, or email us at email@example.com.
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