Along with study guides and past exams, don't forget CALI.org as you review for finals. CALI Lessons, a library of over 900 online interactive tutorials for IL as well as 2L and 3L law school subjects, can be found at the CALI welcome page. CALI, the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction, is a nonprofit consortium that facilitates the creation of these tutorials by law school faculty from across the country.
CALI Lessons are free to all Hofstra law students. They can be searched by topic (Constitutional Law, Business Associations), by casebook, and by individual subtopics, such as probable cause, within a subject outline. CALI is a great tool for revisiting those concepts or cases that were difficult to understand or that you need to review and gain confidence in before the final exam.
You will need to register online with a password, or school code, the first time that you use CALI Lessons. Just contact or visit the Reference Desk to obtain this code from a reference librarian.
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