Except with the instructor’s permission, during class students
are not permitted to compose, review, receive, or send e-mails or
instant messages or access the Internet. Unless a professor directs
otherwise, computers may be used during class solely for the
purposes of taking notes or reviewing materials prepared for the
class, such as case briefs and answers to problems assigned for the
class. Nothing in this policy is meant to limit the power of a
professor to bar the use of computers during class for any reason.
The use of computers during class is a privilege, not a right, and
may be revoked for failure to comply with this policy, except that
this sentence is not intended to affect the right of a student
under applicable law or policies of the Law School to use a
computer because of a disability.