CALI, short for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, has been providing online interactive lessons and tutorials on a variety of legal subjects since 1983.
Frustrated by the rule against perpetuities? Need to brush up on the formation of a contract? One terrific tool for doing this is CALI–a database of interactive review questions that help you identify relevant issues and apply recently learned concepts. All you need for access is your Charlotte School of Law Authorization Code given to you during your orientation.
Did you know that there are almost 1,000 CALI Lessons freely available to you as a student at the Charlotte School of Law?
Today’s CALI Lessons are web-based tutorials covering a variety of legal topics. Currently there are over 950 Lessons in over 35 law school topics in the CALI Lesson Library.
You also have access to a growing collection of free ebooks in many formats, such as Kindle, iPad and PDF through their eLangdell project.
CALI’s eLangdell® Press 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.
And now there’s a digital version of their TimeTrial game where students can play and save their scores IF they have registered and logged in to the CALI website with their law school’s Authorization Code.
If you’d like to learn more about CALI, you can read more at CALI’s website – or you can visit the Reference Desk in the library for more information.
Don’t worry if you can’t find your CALI password. Come by the Reference Desk – we have plenty more!