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The Center for Computer Assisted Legal Education, CALI, is a consortium of nearly all US law schools offering legal instruction with the help of technology by providing lessons, webinars, e-books, and more. For all of you using CALI, please be aware of the following two announcements: CALI has banned all Hotmail Email Accounts Due to […]

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CALI has introduced a new feature that allows you to save and resume a lesson at a later date.  The details from CALI: When a student leaves a lesson, the student can now return to the spot they left off with the scoring details saved. It’s automatic. It doesn’t matter if the student left the lesson […]

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Exam Time

Getting ready for exams? Don’t forget the availability of the following tools and assistance: Guide to First Year Law Students aiding new law students in preparing for the first year of law school, including books, audio and video resources, and websites on survival skills and first year courses. Food For Thought: Exam Prep is a […]

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CALI, the Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction, produces new lessons daily. One that caught my attention is intended to practice and review NY primary legal research. It takes about an hour to complete. A user is given a hypothetical in the beginning of the lesson. After that, he gets to explore secondary sources, statutes, […]

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CALI, the Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction is an online services that most of you might be familiar with. For those who are not, The CALI mission reads as follows: it is a services that advances global legal education through computer technology, employs research, collaboration, and leadership to assist a diverse audience in the […]

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