CALI is the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction. One of CALI's best-known services is the CALI Lesson platform, which provides over 1,000 online interactive tutorials on legal subjects. These tutorials are authored by law professors and law librarians. CALI also offers short podcasts on certain topics such as contracts and study skills. Almost all U.S. law schools are members of CALI.
As a member school, all Duquesne Law students have access to CALI and can create an account at www.cali.org/register.
To register, you will need an authorization code. To obtain the CALI Student Authorization Code please login to DORI. The authorization code is available under School of Law Resources on the lower left side of the screen. To find the School of Law Resources, select "Student" from the Go To options at the top right side of the screen, then select the "Academics" tab. Please contact Julie Tedjeske at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
For more information on study aids, please see our Study Aids Research Guide and Law Student Success Research Guide.