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Levin College of Law

Study Aids

This guide discusses the various study aids available to UF Law students.


The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) is a non-profit consortium of law schools, law libraries, and related organizations. CALI focuses on researching and developing computer-mediated legal education and creates tools that increase access to justice. Among CALI's developments are interactive legal tutorials, electronic publishing, and other tools.

How to Access CALI

To register, go to Register using your email address and enter the registration code provided to you at orientation. If you need a code, please contact us. Once you receive a confirmation email, you can log in at using your CALI credentials.

CALI Lessons

CALI hosts and facilitates CALI lessons at, a library of over 1,000 interactive legal tutorials written by law professors and geared towards law students. These lessons focus on a narrow topic to help students learn the law across a range of subjects. Lessons are broadly organized into 1L- First Year Topics and 2L-3L Upper Level Topics, making it easy to locate the particular subject of interest.

CALI's eLangdell

CALI provides open and free casebooks along with the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the Federal Rules of Evidence, and the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure through its eLangdell Press. These resources are available in a variety of formats, including .epub, .pdf, and .docx.