The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) is a consortium of over 180 law schools and international affiliates and publishes over 270 computer-based tutorials in over 28 different legal subject areas. The various lessons use a variety of formats and methods for teaching doctrine, analysis and critical thinking skills.
The first time a student or faculty goes to CALI, they will need to register.
When a students registers, they will need our school code to complete that process. The code is case sensitive: CAPITLstu32.
When a faculty member registers, they will need our school code to complete the process. The code is case sensitive: CAPITLfac32.
After registering, accessing CALI is through the email address and password that each person creates in the registration process.
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