The CALI Library of Lessons is a collection of over 900 interactive, computer-based lessons covering more than 40 legal education subject areas available to students at member law schools only. Provided by CALI, the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, the lessons are written by law faculty and librarians, are regularly reviewed and revised, and are presented both online and on CD-ROM.
Access to CALI Lessons
- Get the “Authorization Code” (current L&C Law students only — you’ll be authenticated by your email username/password)
- Fill out a CALI Registration (don’t forget to use our authorization code!)
- Go to CALI Lessons
Here’s a CALI YouTube video showing you exactly how to register.
- Direct Link to CALI Lessons
- Once there:
- Choose a legal subject area
- Choose a lesson
- Let the computer-assisted learning begin
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More about the CALI Library of Lessons
The lessons are written by law faculty and librarians and are regularly reviewed and revised. The format of the individual lessons varies according to the educational objectives of the author. Some authors use the setting of a simulated trial to provide students with an opportunity to test their understanding of an area of law. Other lessons drill students through a series of questions requiring them to identify relevant issues and apply recently learned concepts. All provide a unique way to study the law and prepare for exams.
Need help with the CALI lessons? Check the CALI FAQ for answers to frequently asked questions about finding, using, and troubleshooting lessons. You can also contact the school’s CALI administrator, Mari Cheney, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (503) 768-6708.