Introduction
Printing TWEN and Web Courses documents 
Materials posted on TWEN (Westlaw) or Web Courses (Lexis) cannot be printed from the library’s Lexis printers. For these documents, you will need to use one of the campus printers. However, if your professor posts a link to the text of a case or an article on Lexis, you will be able to print from one of the Lexis printers according to the instructions above.
 
Printing Problems 
Problems with the Lexis  printers should be reported to a Circulation Desk attendant or to one of the Lexis student workers listed on the CU Lexis homepage (www.lexis.com/lawschool).
Lexis Printing
Costs
LexisNexis provides free printing for documents printed from the LexisNexis research system to one of the LexisNexis printers located in the law school.  Two of those printers are located in the law library in the second floor copy room and the basement floor copy room.

Sending your print request (from any computer) 
Click the “Print” link from the top of the Lexis screen. Choose either the basement copy room or the 2nd floor copy room from the pulldown menu on the printing popup screen. Please note that you must set up your own default in order to use the “Quick Print” option effectively.
 
Picking up your Lexis print jobs 
Pick up your print job up at whichever printer you selected. Printouts may still be in the printer output tray or may have been sorted into the file trays by one of the student reps. Unclaimed print  jobs will be recycled after one week. 
 
 
Westlaw and Bloomberg Printing
Neither Westlaw nor Bloomberg provide free printing.  Researchers may download search results to one of several formats or print to the network or attached printers.
Printing TWEN and Web Course Documents
Materials posted on TWEN (Westlaw) or Web Courses (Lexis) cannot be printed to the library’s Lexis printers. For these documents, you will need to use one of the campus printers. However, if your professor posts a link to the text of a case or an article on Lexis, you will be able to print from one of the Lexis printers according to the instructions above.
Printing Problems
The Lexis student workers are primarily responsible for maintaining and troubleshooting the Lexis printers.  You can report a problem with the Lexis printer by using this form or contacting them through the CU Lexis homepage (www.lexis.com/lawschool). Persistent problems can be reported to a Circulation Desk attendant.