Computer Services/TechZone

The Computer Services/Network Services department supports all aspects of computer related technology either in a primary or secondary role within the Law School community. Our primarily focus is on infrastructure and network technologies as well as end user PC support.  We support Administrative, Academic and Student computer related technology.

Our primary responsibilities include supporting staff/faculty and students in the following areas.

  • Email
  • Network file storage
  • Pharos print system
  • Desktops (hardware/software)
  • Laptops (hardware/software)
  • Service available for students
  • Applications
  • Wireless Network
  • Wired Network
  • Maintain Law School server infrastructure (hardware/software)
  • Coordinate IT support issues with UNIT and Various IT vendors
  • Evaluate and implement new technologies to improve law school functionality
  • Consult with Media Services and Academic Computing to support and help improve their classroom and academic technology initiatives. 

For hands on support please stop by the TechZone located in the Library across from the Reference desk.

To report trouble or request assistance, please contact us via phone, email or by using our Request for Service Form.


Contact Information

To report trouble or request assistance:


Bhaveen R. Jani ’09

Bhaveen R. Jani ’09

Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman

Bhaveen R. Jani '09 is an associate in the Personal Injury department at Pellettieri Rabstein & Altman in Princeton, New Jersey. He concentrates his practice in the areas of motor vehicle personal injury, construction accidents, product defect cases and premises liability claims. Prior to joining the firm, he was an Associate at Blank Rome LLP in the Consumer Finance Litigation group. Jani is also a very active member of the bar and currently serves as the President-Elect of the South Asian Bar Association of New Jersey (SABA-NJ) and will serve as the association's President next year. SABA-NJ is a specialty bar organization whose membership includes approximately 150 South Asian New Jersey attorneys, judges and law students throughout New Jersey.

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