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  • Checking Law School Email | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    the server you will enter into a smartphone Our server space is limited so law school email accounts are limited to 100 MB and attachment sizes are limited to 10 MB Connecting to Gmail You can check your law school email through Google s Gmail and many other web based email services using POP3 Below are instructions for Gmail instructions for other services will be similar For Receiving Mail through POP Click Settings via the at the top of the settings page then choose Accounts and Import Under Check mail using POP3 Click Add POP3 email account button on UA s crimson system this is called Add accounts you own Enter full law ua edu email address then next Enter Username firstname lastname only without law ua edu and password remember to change this if you update your law school password POP Server webmail law ua edu use Port 995 Check Always use a secure connection SSL when retrieving mail Note If you check Leave a copy of retrieved message on the server be sure to delete messages manually from webmail law ua edu to make sure your law school email account does not fill up we have limited space

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/students/campus-technology/checking-law-school-email/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Setting up Email on your iPhone | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Cafe Transferred Credit Transcripts Withdrawal and Refund Policies Compensated Work Disability Policy Student Questions Concerns Setting up Email on your iPhone 1 Tap Settings 2 Tap Mail Contacts Calendar s 3 Tap Add Account 4 Tap Microsoft Exchange 5 You will need to enter all your account information on this screen In the Email field enter your e mail address i e john doe law ua edu Put UALAW1 in the Domain field In the Username field enter your webmail username without the law ua edu In the Password field enter your webmail password The Description field will automatically be filled with your e mail address Feel free to change this if you want 6 Tap Next The server field appears at different points on different versions of the iPhone 7 The Apple device will verify your settings 8 Tap Accept to enter more server information 9 A Server field will appear enter webmail law ua edu 10 Tap Next Possible Issue At this point a message at the top might state Exchange account verification failed You can try again with a better 3g signal and wifi disabled or just ignore this and tap Next If verification failed you will

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/students/campus-technology/setting-up-email-on-your-iphone/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Setting up Email on Android | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Printing Law School Email Checking Law School Email Setting up Email on your iPhone Setting up Email on Android Laptop Information Laptop Security Law School Cafe Transferred Credit Transcripts Withdrawal and Refund Policies Compensated Work Disability Policy Student Questions Concerns Setting up Email on Android First go to the Settings section of your device From there you should see a section titled Accounts Then click on the section titled Add Account click on the option titled Exchange Here you will enter the email provided to you by the School of Law The format should be username law ua edu You will then be prompted to enter a password which is the same password used when you log into your webmail After you have finished typing in your password you will then be taken to the following screen Please input the information into the required fields as follows USERNAME Your username is the information that precedes the law ua edu example johndoe law ua edu PASSWORD Your password will be the same one you use to log into your webmail SERVER The server is webmail law ua edu PORT The port should automatically default to 443 but if it does not

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/students/campus-technology/setting-up-email-on-android/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Laptop Information | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Refund Policies Compensated Work Disability Policy Student Questions Concerns Laptop Information Laptop Recommendations OS X 10 6 or higher Windows 7 or 8 New laptops should meet these requirements easily but ExamSoft has specific info available for Apple and Windows PC Get a 3 year warranty Most laptop parts can only be replaced by the original manufacturer Laptop hardware failures are fairly common so we recommend that students consider getting an extended warranty As always if you have any questions feel free to contact us at the help desk via email help law ua edu or by phone at 205 348 4347 Laptops on our Network Getting Online Most students have their laptops set up for Internet access using the wireless network There is wireless coverage over most student areas We can give you a handout with setup instructions or connect your laptop to the network for you but we cannot fix a broken laptop Viruses We strongly recommend purchasing a commercial anti virus product from McAfee or Norton You are responsible for keeping your computer up to date Infected computers create problems for everyone and may be disconnected from the network Network Problems Problems getting online should be reported

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/students/campus-technology/laptop-information/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Laptop Security | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    can take to keep your laptop secure while at the Law School and elsewhere Security Awareness When using your laptop at the Law School do not leave your system unattended for any period If you must leave and cannot take your system with you allow a friend or other student to keep watch on your laptop while you are away Students waiting for a class to begin should only get out your laptop if you are sure you will be with it for the remainder of the class Do not leave your laptop in a room in between classes A large number of students at the Law School have laptops and carry them around throughout the day Someone who takes your system and walks away will not seem conspicuous Having other students around is not a sure method of protecting your laptop you are responsible for your own system It is not always possible for a user to keep constant tabs on their laptop In places such as the Law School Library where you are frequently getting up to find materials your laptop can be left alone for several minutes at a time sufficient enough to have it stolen Physical

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/students/campus-technology/laptop-security/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Transferred Credit | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    traditionally do not accept letters from the Registrar certifying the courses and grades the burden is on the student to have this information forwarded for instance schools will not release transcripts if the student has an outstanding tuition account to ensure we do not certify a student to the Bar without the official transcript to evaluate and have the courses on record Students will not pay tuition at our Law School but will pay at the school they are visiting The student must make all financial arrangements including any consortium financial agreement The student should stay in close communication with the University of Alabama Law Registrar If a student visits another law school and is a scholarship recipient at Alabama s Law School the scholarship will not be applied toward his her tuition during visiting status Scholarship recipients must notify the Admissions Office if they intend to visit at another law school Class Work Transferred from a Foreign Law School and Statement of Educational Objectives for Foreign Study The University of Alabama School of Law is committed to providing its students the broadest legal education possible including some exposure to legal issues presented in international contexts Our mission is to train graduates who can recognize problems that are international in character and scope and who can directly assist or refer matters to appropriate legal professionals To supplement its international course offerings the Law School offers two summer study abroad programs in Switzerland and Australia Students may also enroll directly for a semester at the Tel Aviv University Israel and The University of Delhi India Please note that students enrolling in the Tel Aviv and Delhi programs must submit an application to the Director of International Programs In exceptional circumstances students may also propose subject to approval by the Law School semester and yearlong plans of study at other foreign law schools Please note that plans of study at foreign law schools must meet criteria established by the ABA Criteria for Student Study at a Foreign Institution found here All courses taken in a foreign law school must be approved in writing by the Law School s Office of Academic Affairs prior to registration All grades transfer as pass A passing grade is defined as a B or higher or the equivalent at the foreign law school Grades taken at a foreign law school do not affect your UA Law GPA Students spending a semester away are not ranked with their classmates The Law School s study abroad programs seek to achieve several objectives including 1 to provide opportunities to students who wish to learn and apply law in an international environment 2 to provide students with an examination of legal issues in comparative contexts 3 to prepare students for increasingly globalized law practice 4 to assist students who want to live or work as legal professionals abroad and 5 to expose students to course legal perspectives and experiences that are unavailable on the UA campus Work Transferred from Other Graduate

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/students/transferred-credit/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Transcripts | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Subjects Counseling Services Notaries at the Law School Campus Technology UALAW Wireless Wireless Printing Mobile Printing Law School Email Checking Law School Email Setting up Email on your iPhone Setting up Email on Android Laptop Information Laptop Security Law School Cafe Transferred Credit Transcripts Withdrawal and Refund Policies Compensated Work Disability Policy Student Questions Concerns Transcripts To request an official transcript logon to www registrar ua edu To request an

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/students/transcripts/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Withdrawal and Refund Policies | The University of Alabama | School of Law
    Credit Transcripts Withdrawal and Refund Policies Compensated Work Disability Policy Student Questions Concerns Withdrawal and Refund Policies Generally a student who desires to withdraw from the School of Law should consult the Dean s Office and make known the reasons for withdrawal Withdrawal without good cause established at the time of withdrawal or withdrawal without submission of the reasons for withdrawal to the Dean s Office may prevent later readmission to the Law School A student who withdraws while on academic probation will be allowed to reenter only in exceptional circumstances Failure to re enroll is equivalent to withdrawal with the exception of summer session Any student who has withdrawn from the law school and desires to be readmitted should submit a petition to the Dean s Office setting forth the reasons for withdrawal and the reasons for seeking readmission See the section Readmission of Students in the Student Handbook The School of Law reserves the right to require the withdrawal at any time of any student who in the judgment of the law school administration is not profiting or is not likely to profit from the instruction offered who is neglectful irregular or indifferent in the performance of required

    Original URL path: http://www.law.ua.edu/students/withdrawal-and-refund-policies/ (2016-02-12)
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