Information Technology

Classroom Technology Support at Cornell Law School

Our Classroom and AV Department is here to help support faculty, staff and students with using classroom technology, event and lecture recordins, and distance learning. Please have a look through our resources and procedures for requesting different support needs. 

How to Reserve a Classroom

So you have an event! You can Schedule your Audio/Video Support and Classroom Recordings while scheduling the room reservations. Getting started is easy. Just click on the following link to reserve your room and detail your audio-video needs. 

Audio-Video Requests for Faculty and Student Organizations

If you have an event or class that requires audio-video assistance, and it has not already been scheduled in MRM, you can request support here.

Please allow 1 business day notice for AV support for classroom or special event presentations and 7 business days notice for after-hour/weekend events. Early planning will allow us time to schedule staff and equipment and insure the best presentation for you.  Please note requests are filled based on IT staff availability. Please click here to fill out and submit your request.

Student Class Recording Requests

Recordings for class absences (less than one week) for career events, interviews, and religious holidays require faculty member approval before release.

Emergency absences beyond one week require notification of the Registrar's Office. You can contact the office at (607) 255-7190 or email at

To fill out the Course Video Request Form for class recordings, please visit the following link here.

AV Recording Release Form

If you plan on having an event recorded, please make sure you have the signed permission of the speaker(s) so that Cornell Law School may use the material. IT will not record an event unless we receive one of these forms before the presentation starts.

Please click here to print out an AV release form.

  Studio Reservation Form

To better support students and faculty in need of a professional space for video conferencings, distance learning, or local recordings, the Law School provides a state-of-the-art studio. Located near the Computer Lab in Room 375, this space is equipped with high-defiition cameras and high-quality lighting and sound. To reserve the space for an interview or other need, please fill out the following form.