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What is CALI?

  • The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction
  • CALI provides law students with law professor written lessons on a wide variety of topics, such as Torts, Employment Law, and Legal Research.  Over 800 lessons available!
  • Professors may assign specific lessons to students, who can generate a certificate of completion when the lesson is finished successfully.
  • Students may complete any of the lessons on the site.  CALI lessons make great study aids!
  • Some lessons are keyed to specific casebooks.
 

Student Tips for using CALI

  • CALI can be used on PCs, Macs, and most mobile devices
  • For the most up-to-date lessons, use the CALI website!
  • If you plan to use CALI when you do not have internet access on a regular basis, stop by the reference desk and ask for a CALI DVD to install, rather than using the website.
 

Click here to go to the CALI website

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How to Register for CALI

  1. Go to http://www.cali.org/user/register
  2. Fill in the requested information.
    • Faculty and students have different authorization codes
    • If you do not know the UF Law authorization code, stop by the reference desk or email us at librequest@law.ufl.edu.
    • Please use your ufl.edu email address when registering
  3. You should receive a confirmation email
  4. You can now log in to the CALI Lessons
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