Category Archives: Lessons

On-Demand Recording Available: CALI Author Training Series Webinar

I’m pleased to announce that the recording of our recent CALI Author Training Series webinar on Wednesday, February 14, 2024, is now available on demand. In this session, we explored some lesser-known features of CALI Author, including an interactive map of the … Continue reading

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New CALI Lesson Available – Hybrid Transactions

This lesson reviews the 2022 Amendments to UCC Article 2 that explain what law to apply to a “hybrid transaction” — a transaction that involves both the sale of goods and something else. After completing the lesson, students will be … Continue reading

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Building the Foundation for Law School Success with CALI’s Resources

Your legal career starts with a strong foundation. CALI’s study aids provide the edge you need to excel. Register today and embark on a learning adventure that promises growth, success, and boundless opportunities in law. 🔍 Why CALI? Here’s what … Continue reading

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Welcome to Law School. Let CALI help Build the Foundation for Law School Success!

Welcome to law school. This should be a proud moment in your life. Your hard work and dedication have gotten you here today, the first phase of becoming a lawyer. As you embark upon this adventure, there will be times … Continue reading

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NEW CALI Podcast that emphasizes exam strategies

              This podcast explains the difference between case briefing, class note-taking, smaller writing assignments, and exam essay-writing. It’s a podcast that emphasizes exam strategy as beginning early with practice exam-writing, offers encouragement and thought … Continue reading

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New CALI Lesson – Introduction to Texas Rules of Form (the “Greenback”)

This lesson will help you master legal citations using the Texas Rules of Form, Fifteenth Edition (hereinafter “The Greenbook“), particularly with respect to specific rules of citation for your briefs and legal memoranda. The Greenbook at times refers to The Bluebook: A Uniform System of … Continue reading

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We are now accepting session proposals for CALIcon23.

For over 30 years, CALIcon, The Conference for Law School Computing®, has organized its schedule at nearly the last minute in order to bring the most relevant and up-to-date presentations to attendees. This year is no different and we are … Continue reading

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New CALI Lesson: Tips on How to Talk to Your Professors

In this lesson, we will discuss best practices to follow when deciding whether to approach a professor with a question. Also, we will cover some valuable tips that will help you get the most out of your meeting. The goal … Continue reading

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Podcast: Using Tech to Advance Legal Education and Access to Justice

              For 28 years, John Mayer has been executive director of the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, or CALI, a non-profit consortium of some 200 law schools that describes itself as “the innovative force pushing legal education … Continue reading

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New CALI Podcast – First-Generation Student Experiences: Discussions in Law School Success

              In this podcast, Melissa Hale, academic support professional and fellow first-generation student, speaks with two of her students about what it’s like to be a first-generation student in law school. Learning Outcomes On … Continue reading

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