- Announcing the CALIcon21 Conference Keynote Speaker Professor Michael Wesch!
- New CALI Podcast – Classification of Collateral I: Discussions in Secured Transactions
- Changes coming to the cali.org website
- CALIcon Conference Registration is open!
- The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) Welcomes New Members to the Board of Directors
Category Archives: eLangdell
CALI and CALI lessons are not just for final exam preparation. CALI is an all-year partner. We even have materials useful for incoming 1Ls during their first few weeks of school! Our newest entry into that list is the FREE … Continue reading
The Federal Rules of Procedure govern how litigation in federal courts occurs. They are also a very common supplement assigned to law students, who then spend upwards of $50.00 to purchase them. So it is with great pleasure that we … Continue reading
There are many opportunities for change in legal education. An area ripe for innovation is the law school casebook. Technological advances have made epublishing feasible for just about anyone, the content is primarily public domain legal information and skyrocketing prices … Continue reading
Once again, CALI is proud to partner with our friends at the Legal Information Institute to provide free ebooks of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure and the Federal Rules of Evidence. The 2013 Editions … Continue reading
As you may know, one of the projects we work on here at CALI is eLangdell Press, which creates and distributes open law school casebooks. We do this because we believe educational materials should be Open – that is to … Continue reading
There are over 140,000* law students in the 201 ABA accredited law schools in the US. According to the Public Interest Research Group (PIRG), higher education students spend an average of $1100 per year on books. Do the math and … Continue reading
The 2011-2012 school year was a landmark year at CALI. I am, of course, thinking of the fact that we were founded 30 years ago, but 2012 is significant in more ways than an anniversary that happens to end with … Continue reading
It’s getting easier to publish ebooks using freely available tools like Sigil and Calibre. What’s this have to do with your law school? Think open, ebook versions of your law reviews, journals, or custom course materials. All published in-house and … Continue reading
We at CALI are very excited Chicago-Kent’s Cyber Clinics pilot project. “The goal of the project is to help establish cyber clinics as a permanent part of U.S. law school education,” Professor Staudt said. “Cyber clinics are law school courses … Continue reading
We’re asking legal educators to consider adopting free, open eLangdell books and supplements for their Summer or Fall classes. Consider the advantages of free, open education materials: Free for students or faculty to download, and cheap to print. Multiple formats … Continue reading