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Answered By: Tim McAllister
Last Updated: Jan 08, 2016     Views: 226

CALI, the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, provides access to an extensive collection of interactive, computer-based lessons covering a number of subject areas.

The lessons are designed to augment traditional law school instruction and can be assigned as supplemental study material or integrated with other course materials.

The lessons are written by law faculty and librarians and are regularly reviewed and revised. The format of the individual lessons varies according to the educational objectives of the author.

CALI Lessons are available in one or more. Not all lessons are available in all formats. Access to the CALI Lessons is limited to the Harvard Law School community. In order to access the lessons, you must first register using an HLS CALI authorization code (requires HLSme login).

More on HLSme here:

http://www.law.harvard.edu/about/administration/its/students/stdclaimme.html

Answered by Tim McAllister
Last Updated: Jan 08, 2016     Views: 226