News and information useful to Cleveland-Marshall College of Law students, faculty and staff.

Archive for April 27th, 2018


Ear Plugs Available at the Circulation Desk

CALI (Computer Assisted Legal Instruction) sent a box of earplugs for student use. The earplugs are available at the circulation desk—just ask a library staff member.

CALI can help with your studying. All 1L classes are covered via CALI lessons, as are the vast majority of upper-level ones. You can also look for lessons based on a casebook or author (professor). Searching by casebook assures that the lesson is based on the same casebook used in your class.

The easiest way to access to CALI is from the law library’s homepage. Under “Quicklinks,” click CALI. You will need to create a CALI account if you haven’t already. To create an account, click the “Authorization Code” link next to “CALI” and follow the steps listed in the libguide.

CALI also offers a large number of ebooks, which are free and authored by law school professors. In fact, a number of books by C|M|LAW professors are available through the site (e.g. Deborah Geier and Browne Lewis).