Practice Questions on CALI
CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) is a non-profit consortium of law schools that researches and develops computer-mediated legal instruction. There are nearly 1,000 lessons available in over 40 legal topics. The lessons are available in their website or on a CD-ROM available at the Reference Desk during Reference hours. The School Authorization Code you will need to create a CALI account is located on SharePoint. Watch this video for a preview of how to use CALI.
WordPerfect for Free!
As part of our license, we can now provide our students, staff, and faculty with WordPerfect for personal use. WordPerfect is a word processor and competitor of Microsoft Word. (Many lawyers prefer WordPerfect).