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CALI Lessons for Contracts, Evidence, Civ Pro, EVERYTHING!

December 6, 2011
Looking for an end-of-semester review of an area of law?  Don’t overlook the interactive lessons from the Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI).  GW Law is a member of the CALI consortium, so our students have full access to all of CALI’s 1000+ lessons, which are written by law professors from all over the country.  
 
To get started, go to the CALI website (http://www.cali.org) and register using the GW Law registration password.  You can get the password from the Burns Library’s Reference Desk, or by emailing lross@law.gwu.edu.
 
Good luck on your exams!
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