2. Various parts of CALI’s web sites require users to register and to provide CALI with one or more of the following types of personal information:
- Law School
- Fax number
- E-Mail address
- User name and password
- Your web site URL
- Charge card information
- E-mail signature card
4. CALI uses this information for a variety of purposes associated with CALI’s not for profit mission of providing users and member law schools, including their faculty and students, with high quality legal tutorials. Information is used to:
- Monitor lesson usage, to maintain quality, and to ensure proper operation of CALI’s web sites
- Send updated CDs to customers
- Advise faculty of changes in lesson material
- Inform users of CALI Author of changes or bug-fixes
- Notify member schools about their aggregate student lesson usage and any related questions
- Contact former conference attendees about upcoming CALI events
5.By participating in various activities on CALI web sites you consent to the passive collection of information such as your IP address and lessons you viewed or downloaded.
7. CALI will share aggregate usage numbers and student questions about the lessons, but not associated with any individual, with our members to allow for purposes related to education. Student names will not be shared with member schools, except as indicated below.
8. CALI will not share the results of specific lessons run on the web site with member schools or faculty without the explicit permission of the student running the lesson, except under two exceptions. First, students who run a lesson on the CALI web site or their school’s web site created by their professor using the CALI LessonLink or CALI AutoPublish features consent to the following information being collected and reported to the professor who assigned the particular lesson: name, score, responses to individual questions, essay response, date and time lesson was accessed, and any other information collected as a result of the student’s accessing the lessons and deemed necessary for the professor to teach the student. Second, when requested in writing by a student or a member law school in connection with a disciplinary proceeding instituted by a member school against a named student, CALI will release to the requesting party any information stored in its database concerning lessons run including but not limited to, lesson titles, and scores.
10. CALI Virtual Awards reports student name, school and the course in which the CALI Excellence for the Future Award® was earned. This information is provided to CALI by students' law schools. CALI does not share, rent, sell, or trade this information with any third party, although this information is available to visitors to the CALI web site. It is the responsibility of the Registrar at each law school participating in the CALI Excellence for the Future Award program to determine whether their students will also receive CALI Virtual Awards. CALI is not responsible for any loss, damages or injury resulting from a law school or student’s participation in the CALI Excellence for the Future Award or CALI Virtual Awards programs. All errors in the CALI Excellence for the Future Award certificates are the sole responsibility of the law school. Although CALI, working with law school Registrars, will endeavor to fix errors on certificates.