Abortion

This lesson can be used in a Constitutional Law or Family Law course, as preparation for class or as review for an exam on the topic of Abortion.

Intentional Torts and Defenses

This lesson is designed to lead the student through exploration of the intentional torts. It is divided into intent, torts against person, torts against property, and defenses. Each of these sections is subdivided: for example, the torts against person section contains questions on battery, assault, false imprisonment, and intentional infliction of mental distress.

CALI Conference Preview Webinar Tomorrow (Friday, May 22nd @ 3:00)

The CALI staff will go over some expected highlights for the 2009 CALI Conference for Law School Computing in this Webinar.

If you're already registered for the conference, are still considering attending, or need more reasons to give your boss to convince her to let you go you should register for this webinar:

ABA Law Practice Magazine Article on A2J

If you missed it, there was a recent article on our friend Ron Staudt, Director of the Center for Access to Justice for whom CALI developed A2J Author.

For those of you interested in learning more about A2J, Professor Staudt also recently wrote an article for ABA Practice Management about about the use of technology to further legal aid initiatives with a short section on A2J here:

CALI Author Turns 10

This year is the 10th anniversary of CALI Author, CALI's lesson authoring software.

For those who don't know, CALI Author is a user-friendly software that enables anyone (usually with a little training) to create CALI lessons.

CALI Author fundamentally changed the way CALI creates lessons.

Don't believe me?:

2009 Conference Schedule Available with Customized Scheduling Feature

The preliminary agenda for the 2009 Conference for Law School Computing(r) is now available.

This year we've added a great new feature...

Attendees can create a personal conference schedule by choosing the sessions they plan to attend. To create a personalized conference schedule just:

1) Login to the CALI Conference homepage and follow the link to the conference agenda.

Webinar Video Posted: Introduction to Authoring CALI Lessons

In addition to all of our previous webinars, find video of the May 8th, 2009 webinar, Introduction to Authoring CALI Lessons, at CALI's blip.tv webpage.

Thanks to all who attended and feel free to sign up both of our next two webinars:

 

Pre- CALI Conference Webinar, May 22, 2009 @ 3:00 EST

The CALI staff will go over some expected highlights for the 2009 CALI Conference for Law School Computing in this Webinar.

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