- CALIcon21 LEADS THE WAY!
- New CALI Podcast – Priority Between a Secured Party and a Party with a Lien: Discussions in Secured Transactions
- 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
Category Archives: Legal Studies
10,000 law faculty have spent the past year teaching on one video platform or another. Many have had to manage their courses through some kind of website or LMS. They now have skills – however reluctantly learned – in some … Continue reading
Don’t miss out on the latest from CALIcon Conference! The CALIcon Conference, also known as ” The Conference for Law School Computing® “, is one of the longest-running legal education conferences in the United States. The conference brings together law school … Continue reading
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) Welcomes New Members to the Board of Directors
At its Annual Membership Meeting on Tuesday, January 19, 2021, the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) Board of Directors appointed five new members to fill the vacancy of outgoing Board Members whose term ended on January 1, 2021. The Nominations Committee … Continue reading
This podcast by Professor Jennifer S. Martin discusses a discharge of duties such that parties do not have to perform their contractual obligations and cannot demand performance under the other party’s contract. Consideration is required to support enforcement of an agreement, including … Continue reading
Press Release: The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) Legal Research Revision Fellowship
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) announces the formation of the Legal Research Revision Fellowship. (Chicago, IL) January 7, 2021 – Serving the need for law students to understand the law better, the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction establishes the Legal … Continue reading
Visit CALI’s Virtual Booth Working to use technology to improve legal education & access to justice We’re CALI – a non-profit consortium of US Law Schools that uses technology to improve legal education for paralegal, legal studies, and law students. … Continue reading