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The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI)

CALI materials review legal principles covered in law school courses and take students through a series of programmed instructional sessions to evaluate their understanding and knowledge. The programs provide excellent reviews for exams.

The CALI materials are available to UNC Law students over the Internet, but require individual registration to obtain a personal password. Student and Faculty registration information are available on Assistance in the use of these materials is available at the Reference Desk.

All Carolina Law Students receive a DVD containing the most recent CALI materials in the fall, but new materials are added regularly, so be sure and look at the up-to-date list of available courses on the CALI website.

Student Passwords are available on My Carolina Law on the Student Password Page

Faculty Passwords are available on My Carolina Law on the Faculty Password Page

For further information about CALI, contact Stacey Rowland, telephone: 962-3474,

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