With finals fast approaching, don't forget that CALI lessons are a great, free way to help you prepare.
If you're unfamiliar with them, CALI lessons are interactive, computer- based tutorials provided by the non-profit Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (www.cali.org). There are over 600 CALI lessons available in 32 different legal subject areas. There are lessons for all first year courses, and many upper-level subjects as well. The lessons, written by law faculty/librarians, are free to all law students at our school because our law school is a CALI member.
If you are registering a free account at cali.org for the first time, note that you must use our school's authorization code to create a new account on www.cali.org. Go to CALI via this link or by choosing CALI from the Quick Links menu at the left of any library web page or on the Current Students page. This will tell you the student authorization code and take you through the simple process of creating an account.
Good luck with finals!