The CALI Library of Lessons is a collection of over 1,000 interactive, computer-based lessons covering over 40 legal education subject areas. They are interactive tutorials written by law faculty to supplement traditional law school instruction. The format of the exercises varies according to the authors’ objectives.

CALI lessons for the following topics are available:

First Year
Second & Third Year
Civil Procedure Accounting Family Law
Constitutional Law Administrative Law Federal Courts
Contracts Animal Law Health Law
Criminal Law Arbitration Intellectual Property
Games Aviation Law International Law
Law School Success Bankruptcy Interviewing and Counseling
Legal Concepts and Skills Business Associations Negotiable Instruments
Legal Research Climate Change Patent Law
Legal Studies Commercial Transactions Professional Responsibility
Legal Writing Copyright Real Estate Transactions
Property Law Corporations Remedies
Torts Criminal Procedure Sales
Cyberlaw Securities
Education Law Tax Law
Employment Discrimination Trademark
Entertainment Law Trial Advocacy
Environmental Law Wills and Trusts
Evidence Workers’ Compensation


Full access to the CALI website, including access to the CALI Lessons, requires the use of an authorization code that can be retrieved from the College of Law Library.

Accessing CALI on the Internet

1.  Go to

2.  Enter the email and password you created at registration. (If you have not registered, you will need to create a new user account.  Contact Alison Guffey or stop by the Reference Desk to obtain an authorization code.)

3.  Click on Login

4.  Select Lessons (from Quick Links) and then choose a specific lesson

5.  Click on Web/HTML to use online


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