CALI - Your partner in legal education and technology
CALI® is the innovative force pushing legal education toward change for the better.
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, also known as CALI, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit consortium of mostly US law schools that conducts applied research and development in the area of computer-mediated legal education. The organization is best known in law schools for CALI Lessons, online interactive tutorials in legal subjects, and CALI Excellence for the Future Awards (CALI Awards), given to the highest scorer in a law school course at many CALI member law schools. Nearly every US law school is a member of CALI.
CALI was incorporated in 1982 in the state of Minnesota by the University of Minnesota Law School and Harvard Law School. Details about membership are here.About CALI
8 Reasons You Should Assign CALI Lessons to Your Students
If you teach in a US law school, you should be looking at CALI Lessons and assigning them to your students.
-1- CALI Lessons are another way to learn the law
CALI Lessons are another way to learn the law. They are interactive web-based...
This lesson is about Rule 50 motions for judgment as a matter of law. The lesson is designed to walk you through the language and elements of the Rule.
On completion of the lesson, the student will be able to:
1. Define what a rule 50 motion is and explain why it is important.
This lesson is an introduction to Rule 504 of Regulation D, an exemption from the registration requirement of the Securities Act of 1933. Before taking this lesson, students should have a basic understanding of the Securities Act of 1933 and its registration requirement.
The lesson provides links...