Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI)
CALI lessons are interactive, computer-based tutorial written by law professors and librarians to help you learn the law. We recommend you use CALI lessons to learn or reinforce legal concepts and to review for exams.
To run lessons when you’re offline, get a free DVD from the Computer Lab, or the IT Suite (as long as supplies last)
Using CALI Exercises in the Computer Lab
In the computer lab, you can find the current library of CALI lessons by going to the “Legal Research” folder on the computer desktop.
Access CALI Lessons on the Internet
- Go to the CALI.
- To register for the first time, click on the Create New Account’ link in the box on the right side of the page (under the login boxes).
- You will be asked to enter the school’s authorization code. You can obtain this code from a Law Librarian, or IT staff. During the registration process you will also create your own password. In subsequent visits to use lessons, you will only need to enter your username and your password.