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- The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) Welcomes New Members to the Board of Directors
- New CALI Podcast – Discharge of Duties: Discussions in Contracts
- Press Release: The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) Legal Research Revision Fellowship
- Download our new “U.S. Federal Income Taxation of Individuals 2021” casebook to assign for your classroom.
Author Archives: Sarah Glassmeyer
Didn’t make it to CALIcon? Missed a session due to scheduling? No problem! The CALIcon15 Videos have all been uploaded and are available for FREE viewing. You have two choices for viewing – you can visit the CALIcon YouTube page … Continue reading
Can you believe that CALIcon is less than 6 weeks away? Well, maybe you can, but for those of us on the planning end of things, it seems like it’s coming very fast! We have some updates and reminders for … Continue reading
Not all CALI lessons are linear. To the student they may appear linear and some are in fact linear. But the option to create complex branching questions that allows the student to “choose his own adventure” through responses is available … Continue reading
Drones – unmanned aerial vehicles – are in the news more and more. Have you ever wondered about the law that regulates them? CALI can help you out! Yes, CALI has a lesson on the new area of Drone Law. … Continue reading
This month the CALI membership elected three new board members to its Board of Directors. The new members are: Warren Binford, Willamette University College of Law David I.C. Thompson, University of Denver Sturm College of Law Roger V. Skalbeck, Georgetown … Continue reading
With the 25th anniversary of CALIcon approaching and the expanding offerings of CALI, I decided to make some infographics that make it a little easier to digest what it is we do and how long we’ve been doing it. Spoiler … Continue reading
Legal education is at a cross roads… and CALI can show you the way! Stop by our booth (#202-206 in the exhibit hall) and see what all we have to offer! Assessment and Experiential Learning are two of the … Continue reading
CALI is pleased to announce the selection of the faculty fellows participating in the A2J Author Course Project, a joint initiative with IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law and Idaho Legal Aid Services to support law school courses teaching A2J Author®. … Continue reading
Are CALI Lessons as useful to Faculty as they are students? You bet your sweet assessment they are! CALI Lessons have a reputation as being “just a study aid” for law students. While that is indeed a function that they … Continue reading