The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) announces the second round of CALI Lessons produced by the Law School Success Fellowship. The Fellowship is comprised of members of the academic success community from U.S. law schools. The goal of the Fellowship is to author CALI lessons to develop students’ critical-thinking skills and prepare them to handle the unique demands of law school.
The CALI Fellowships Project is a multi-year applied research effort to create computer-based learning materials in legal education. Both the process and the product will benefit faculty and CALI member institutions. The resulting materials will be peer-reviewed by members of the CALI Editorial Board and published to law schools as part of the CALI Library of Materials. The goal of the project is to create a high-quality pool of electronic teaching materials for faculty to supplement their courses, locally customize for specific instructional goals, and explore computer-mediated/distance learning in legal education.
The Fellowship was created with the support of a grant from AccessLex Institute.
- If you are an author of a law school casebook, with a non-traditional publisher, CALI would like to hear from you.
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- Call for 15 Minute CALIcon2020 Presentations
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