Albany Law School is a member of CALI, Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction. CALI is a consortium that offers more than 950 interactive lessons in 35 areas of legal education. These lessons are useful as study aids, practice exams, or class exercises. Lessons can be run right from the CALI Web site or downloaded to your own computer.
To access CALI's materials you need to create your own account at the CALI Web site, www.cali.org, with your personal password. However, before you can create your account, you will need an "Authorization Code" identifying you as faculty, staff or a student at Albany Law School. You may obtain your Authorization Code from Albany Law's ITS Department or here.
Introduction to CALI (.pdf) How to create a CALI account (youtube video) Student Access Information (.pdf) Faculty Resources (.pdf) New Lessons (09-10) (.pdf)