If you have not had a chance to check out CALI Lessons, now is a great time. These lessons are a great resource to help you tackle exam preparation.
CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) includes tutorials that are created by law school faculty. There are over 950 web-based lessons covering more than 35 law school subjects. The University of Texas School of Law is a member of CALI, so the lessons are available to our students.
To access CALI Lessons stop by the reference or circulation desk in the library and ask for the CALI authorization code. You can then go to http://www.cali.org. On the right of the screen select the “create a new account” link to begin the registration process. Once you have registered with CALI, you will have access to their full library. You can search for CALI Lessons in a variety of ways (including searching by topic or casebook).