You may have noticed the DVDs on the table near the reference desk. These DVDs from CALI, the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, have tutorials designed by law professors and librarians across the country on many legal topics, such as torts, contracts, and even legal research. CALI is another tool to help you study smarter, not harder, in law school.
Feel free to grab a DVD from the table, but the best way to access CALI is cali.org, which is a little more up-to-date than the DVDs. To set up an account on the CALI Web site, grab a CALI card from the table in front of the reference desk (right next to the DVDs). This card has a code you can use to set up your account. Please email me if you have any questions.