We’re in the home stretch of the Fall semester and you know what that means: lots of holiday shopping and lots of finals preparation! If you are sick of hitting the books and want a different way to study, the library has you covered.
CALI (The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) is a great tool for interactive learning. Through CALI, you can access hundreds of lessons written and edited by law faculty and librarians. These lessons cover 35 legal subjects, from Civil Procedure to Wills and Trusts and everything in between. You can even take a lesson on how to conduct primary and secondary legal research in Arizona! CALI lessons provide substantive education, assessment in a variety of formats (including multiple choice questions), and even immediate feedback.
It’s easy to access: just visit www.cali.org. If you’ve already registered, just log in with the username and password you created. If you need to register, you will need the school’s authorization code. You can get it by visiting or calling the library’s Legal Research Help Desk (602-682-6898), or by emailing Anne Herrington at aherrington@AZSummitLaw.edu. Once you’ve logged in, you can find lessons by searching or browsing by legal topic.
So if you want a new and interactive way to prepare for finals, check out CALI!