Self-Service Password Reset for the UCLA Law Community

To make your UCLA Law password reset process more accessible, faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to set up their Self-Service Password Reset. This new tool allows you to unlock your account or change your password, and the brief list of frequently asked questions below can help guide you through the process.

Why should I set up my Self-Service Password Reset?

It provides an extra level of protection and allows you to unlock your account or change your password.

How do I set up my Self-Service Password Reset?

Use the Self-Service Password Reset Instructions which include information on the registration process. Once you have completed the registration process you can reset your password in the future by visiting Change Password and either signing in or selecting the option "Can't access your account?"

Are there detailed instructions on changing my password?

If you KNOW your password and want to change it, follow these instructions.

If you do NOT KNOW your password and want to change it, follow these instructions.

What if I cannot locate my LawNET account?

Contact the Help Desk for assistance.

Anything else that I should be concerned about?

If you attempt to reset your password more than five (5) times in a 24-hour period, you are automatically locked out of your account for 24 hours. If this happens, contact the Help Desk for assistance.

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