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    • Andrew Sinclair
« on: December 15, 2001, 01:19:29 AM »
I've just discoverd the "Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction" and I think it's worth a mention.  There are little quizes you can take to review, and the explanations are pretty good.  It's a good way to get some structured studying done, and I'd imagine it would be usefull in preparing for class too because it cuts through all the case confusion.

You have to get a password from your school to use it, but it is free.

Greg Atwood

« Reply #1 on: January 20, 2003, 01:48:47 PM »
CALI is a savior. Although it doesn't work as well for some classes, i found myself one week before my first semester Contracts exam with zero knowledge of Contracts. I went through the exercises on CALI as my primary study method, and I managed a B in the class. CALI is great for people who have short attention spans or get distracted easily. If you were an ADD kid (I was) it will probably be a great help. The lessons are now available on CD-Rom; ask the librarian at your school.