The Law Software Development team produces and maintains custom software in support of the missions of the Law School.
Most of the software we create lives on the Law website.
Some of our active projects include:
- Law Teaching Evaluations
- Online Exams
- Law Online Schedule of Classes
- California Supreme Court Active Docket
- CRRJ Reproductive Justice Virtual Library
- Law School Directory
Note — if you need to update your pages on the Law School website, please reach out to the Law Communications team.
Other web-software available to the campus community, like bCourses and the bConnected suite of email and document tools, are managed by other teams with support for the Law community through CSS, and our Helpdesk and Instructional Technology teams.
To keep costs down for the Law School, rather than invest in custom software, when possible we encourage the use of free and low-cost web-based tools available to campus, e.g. Google Forms. We’re happy to have a conversation with you about creating a cost-effective solution to your needs.
We work in 370 Law Building, and you are welcome to stop by.
You can also reach us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org