Computer Assisted Legal Instruction

The Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) website hosts more than  900 Lessons in 30 legal topic areas. Lessons are authored by experienced law faculty and law librarians who teach in the subject area in which they write lessons.

CALI's eLangdell® Press publishes free, open eBooks for legal education.

  • The casebooks are compatible with devices like smartphones and e-readers, as well as print.

  • Educators can adopt and edit eLangdell's Creative Commons licensed casebooks, for free.

  • Students and faculty can use eLangdell casebooks for free.

How to access CALI

Baylor Law students who wish to use the CALI resources on the web will need to register and enter the school's authorization code. Email if you are a Baylor Law student and need the authorization code.

During the registration process, you will create a password. In subsequent visits, you will only need to enter your email address and password.

To register, go to the CALI website and click on the "create new account" link.

Find more information about registering for CALI lessons in this CALI FAQ: How Can I Get Access to CALI Lessons and Other Resources?