CALI is pleased to announce the selection of the faculty fellows participating in the A2J Author Course Project, a joint initiative with IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law and Idaho Legal Aid Services to support law school courses teaching A2J Author®. Robert C. Blitt and Valorie K. Vojdik (University of Tennessee College of Law), Alyson Carrel (Northwestern University School of Law), Jennifer A. Gundlach (The Maurice A. Dean School of Law at Hofstra University), Carrie Anne Hagan (Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law), Michele R.
Registration is very easy and should take about 2 minutes. Before you get started you need two things: (1) Your school’s authorization code and (2) an email address. Yep, that’s it!
Okay, to start you will go to www.cali.org. In the top right hand side of the page, there is a link to register. (Shown below.) Click that or alternatively you can just go right to www.cali.org/register.
Are CALI Lessons as useful to Faculty as they are students? You bet your sweet assessment they are!
CALI Lessons have a reputation as being "just a study aid" for law students. While that is indeed a function that they serve, they can also be a powerful assessment tool for faculty.
CALI is pleased to welcome the Legal Scholarship Blog to our Classcaster network of blogs, websites and podcasts. From their announcement:
A2J Author® software—developed by IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law and CALI®, the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction—has advanced to the final round of the international Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law (HiiL) 2014 Innovating Justice Awards. A2J Author finished in the top three among 14 other global innovations in the "Successful Innovations" category, which recognizes initiatives that are already making a difference.
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) is seeking nominations of qualified and enthusiastic individuals to fill vacant positions on its Board of Directors. If you know of someone who would like to contribute to the research and development, strategic planning and governance of CALI, then consider nominating them for the CALI Board of Directors.
We’re just about at the half-way point for the Fall Semester, which for law students means it’s time to get serious about understanding and organizing class materials and notes. Remember – no matter how smart you are, you’re not going to be able to learn all of this stuff the night before your final exam.