Recordings are restricted to current CUA law students only.
If you're on campus, you must be on CUA-SECURE to listen to class recordings.
The Law School does not have sufficient staff to record classes for every student who is unable to attend classes. The Law School will record classes for a student only when an absence is due to a serious illness, family emergency, or similar event, such as observance of a religious holiday, class conflicts caused by make-up classes, jury duty, or military obligation. Classes are recorded using digital voice recorders.
To have a class session recorded by the Media Services Department:
Digital voice recorders may be checked out at the circulation desk. Recordings will be posted on the Class Recordings list (see box above).
If you wish to have a class session recorded by Media Services using a handheld digital recorder, you must send your request DIRECTLY to Greg Stack and David Luce for that specific class. The law library does not accept requests to record from students.
David Luce will email the url(s) to each faculty member.