The Law School Website
The Law School website is home to a variety of resources of value to students. There are both public (everyone can view the pages) and private (must be logged in to view) pages. The website is the Law School's primary method of delivering information to students.
The Law School website provides secure access to confidential resources such as locker information, course materials, student photo and email directories, and website editing resources.
Click on the "Sign In" link at the top of any Law School web page.
Your credentials for the Law School web page are your Marqnet username and password. this is the same username and password you use to check Marquette email, or log into Checkmarq.
After logging in to the website successfully you will be presented with a post login page with links to various secure resources.
A link to the student directory is located on the Directory section of the website. You may search for a student's first or last name in the search dialog box , or use the index at the top or bottom of the page. Students may see their classmates e-mail addresses and photos. Only the student logged in will see more information on his/her profile. To view your own profile page, search for your name in the student directory. Viewing your own profile displays your photo, e-mail, address information, as well as other information.
You may request a locker by clicking the "Request a Locker" link located on your online profile page. Students will receive an email with their locker number and combination. Questions regarding lockers can be directed to Andrew Faltin, Director of Student Affairs.
Student may locate reading assignments, required texts, and in some cases, additional course materials with attached documents. Course pages are linked from the individual faculty profile. Locate your professor's profile here, or visit the courses and materials section of the website.
The Law School website has several ways to keep current with what's happening at Law. Students may enroll their cell phones to receive emergency notices via SMS, subscribe to e-mail notifications, or get RSS feeds for news and events.
Emergency notifications via cell or e-mail
Marquette University Law School has partnered with e2Campus on an emergency text messaging and email notification system that is capable of sending text messages instantly and simultaneously to all students and employees who register their mobile devices or preferred email address. These messages can also be added to your Google, Yahoo, AOL, or Windows Live home page as an RSS feed. These notifications will apply to class cancellations, cancellations due to weather, delays, and emergency situations. More information on e2Campus
RSS feeds for emergencies, news, and events
Web feeds provide web content or summaries of web content together with links to the full versions of the content, and other metadata. RSS, in particular, delivers this information as an XML file called an RSS feed, webfeed, RSS stream, or RSS channel. In addition to facilitating syndication, web feeds allow a website's frequent readers to track updates on the site using an aggregator.