Instructional Technology

Room 275.


The Louis D. Brandeis School of Law has eight classrooms, and in Fall 2012, a ninth, LL77, will reopen as the Charles Hebel Courtroom powered by JAVS. Each classroom has been renovated in the last ten years and features attractive, comfortable amenities, a full, modern electronic presentation system, and electricity at every student's seat.

Additionally, the Allen Courtroom is often used by trial practice classes. The Allen Courtoom does not feature any presentation equipment, but does have an audio-video transcription system.

Room Alert Status Notes
Room LL60 LOW

Completely operable.


The "brain" is working again, for now, but may fail at any time. Also, the touch panel in this room had been losing its memory and not displaying fonts on the Sources menu after powering up.

Room LL77 LOW

Completely operable.

Room LL79 Elevated

Somewhat inoperable. Only one projecter displays input from the computer and there is no sound. The other projector and other inputs such as laptop, DVD and doc cam do not work.

Room LL80 LOW

Completely operable.

Room 171 LOW

Completely operable.

Room 175 LOW

Completely operable.

Room 177 LOW

Completely operable.

Room 275 LOW Completely operable.

Learning Management

UofL Law faculty use two Web-based learning management systems: the industry-leading Blackboard, implemented for all University of Louisville courses; and Westlaw's TWEN (The West Education Network), available exclusively for legal education.