Last Updated: Aug 19, 2014
The CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) Library of Lessons contains over 600 lessons in 32 legal subjects. Some lessons teach basic lawyering skills, such as legal research and writing and trial advocacy, and others instruct students on how to prepare for classes and take law school exams. Students should note that Faculty sometimes use CALI lessons to cover material not discussed in class, as well as inrocporate CALI lessons into their courses as assignments or in-class exercises.
- Access and Authorization Code
- Law Student Registration Instructions
- Law Faculty Registration Instructions
- Tracking Student Results
Professors can set up a LessonLink to see students' results on CALI Lessons
- Students - Proof that you took a CALI lesson
- CALI FAQ
- Other CALI Services
10 minute audio recordings, explaining difficult concepts. Professors are paid to create recordings.
Podcasting and blogging platform
Offers free legal casebooks, supplements, and chapters. eLangdell content has a nonrestrictive license that allows for free digital and e-book downloads, cheap printing, and easy editing
- Legal Education Commons
Faculty and librarians from CALI member schools can upload materials (including cases, syllabi, podcasts, presentations) under a Creative Commons license that allows colleagues and students to find and use the materials.
Allows written comments to be made on a videorecording, such as for Moot Court or Trial Advocacy
Take a poll during class
Creates a question and answer session to help an unrepresented litigant fill out a form