Would you benefit from a resource to help you prepare your outlines and review for exams?
Would you enjoy a review tool that utilizes an online interactive format, as a change of pace from using print review materials?
If you havenít already tried them, consider using CALI (Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) lessons as a supplement to your course materials. Written by law professors and law librarians, the more than 600 lessons currently available run the gamut from first year core subjects such as contracts and torts, to advanced substantive areas such as commercial law, environmental law, family law, intellectual property, tax, and many others. Also available are lessons on trial advocacy, legal research, legal writing, and citation form. Many of the lessons are written in an entertaining format, and all offer you the opportunity to self-assess your mastery of the subject matter. These lessons are regularly updated, and new lessons are added on a regular basis. And because U. Md. is a member law school, your access to the lessons, via the CALI CD that you received in your student mailbox or via the CALI Web site, is completely free. So give them a try!