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Database of the Week: CALI

March 10, 2015

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Stuck on a certain rule of evidence or property law concept? Chances are CALI has an online lesson that will help clear up your confusion. CALI lessons are a great resource to use as you study for exams.

The CALI Library of Lessons is a collection of over 900 interactive, computer-based lessons covering 40 legal education subject areas available to students at member law schools like Lewis & Clark. 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 all available online. 

Go to our CALI Lessons page for shortcuts to the CALI Lessons online, the easy three-step registration instructions, and our secret Access Code, available to students with valid L&C Law School email passwords only.