- New eLangdell Press Casebook – Bioethics and the Law: Notes, Cases, and Problems
- Welcome our newest CALI Author – Zahr K. Said
- Attend CALIcon21, online June 2-4, to unlock three intense days of expert-led sessions
- CALIcon21 LEADS THE WAY!
- New CALI Podcast – Priority Between a Secured Party and a Party with a Lien: Discussions in Secured Transactions
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The purpose of bioethics is to put forth ethically acceptable solutions to the problems posed by modern medicine. The actions of healthcare providers are governed by the four principles of bioethics: autonomy, non-maleficence, beneficence, and justice. The principles of … Continue reading
Zahr has joined the roster of over 30 law professors that authored eLangdell Press® casebooks. These casebooks are 100% Free, Creative Commons licensed, and Peer-reviewed. And backed by additional CALI resources. Tort Law: A 21st-Century Approach Description: Tort Law: A 21st-Century … Continue reading
New CALI Podcast – Priority Between a Secured Party and a Party with a Lien: Discussions in Secured Transactions
New CALI Podcast Available to share with your students This podcast by Professor Scott J. Burnham discusses the priority between a secured party and a party with a lien, including a judicial lien creditor, a creditor with a lien arising by operation … Continue reading
We are making improvements to the CALI website (cali.org) to give a better user experience. The changes in the new theme are to the fonts, colors, general layout, and menus to improve readability and enhance usability. Highlights:
Download our new “U.S. Federal Income Taxation of Individuals 2021” casebook to assign for your classroom.
Death and Taxes: Which one are you teaching? Easy adoption for your classroom This is the eighth version of this textbook, updated through December 2020 for use beginning January 2021. In addition to incorporating new law and all inflation adjustments, … Continue reading
New CALI Podcast Available – The Basics of Consideration and the Bargain Theory: Discussions in Contracts
This podcast by Professor Jennifer S. Martin examines when agreements are enforceable as contracts because they are supported by consideration. The podcast looks at common descriptions of consideration, including benefit-detriment and “bargained-for exchange.” It also considers traditional issues of consideration … Continue reading
The topic of this podcast is the basic concept of good faith, with a focus on both subjective and objective good faith in the performance of contracts under the common law and the Uniform Commercial Code. Learning Outcomes On completion of … Continue reading
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) announces the second round of CALI Lessons produced by the Law School Success Fellowship.
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 … Continue reading