boston college law library
CALI (Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction)
Boston College Law School is a member of the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI), which provides computer-based exercises in numerous law school subjects such as evidence, civil procedure and professional responsibility. The CALI lessons are available to currently enrolled BC Law students. All lessons are available via the website, alternatively students can obtain a free copy of CALI lessons from the library on DVD.
To obtain the CALI authorization code, please contact ATR or go to the Information Desk. The library’s contract with CALI specifies that these passwords must not be shared with anyone outside the Boston College Law School community.
CALI Lessons can be found in many areas, see below for a list.