CALI, the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, is a consortium of law schools that researches and develops computer-mediated legal instruction. The CALI Library of Lessons includes more than 800 lessons covering over 30 legal education subject areas. They are designed to augment traditional law school instruction, and are written by law faculty and librarians.
As an ASU Law Student you have access to hundreds of CALI lessons and tutorials. Stop by the front desk of the Law Library for your free authorization code and register online at www.cali.org. We also have free CALI cds at the front desk.
You can also obtain a password here: CALI Guide. You will be asked for your ASUrite login and password.
Some lessons that might be useful for first year law students include:
- CALI: How to Brief a Case
- CALI: Learning Legal Analysis Through Its Components: Issue, Rule, Application, Conclusion—IRAC
- CALI: Legal Research 101: The Tools of the Trade
- CALI Lessons Subject List – Legal Writing
- CALI Lessons Subject List – Legal Research
- CALI: Writing Better Law School Exams: The Importance of Structure
Have fun with CALI!