Friday, August 21, 2009

CALI Lessons for Constitutional Law

Marbury Preparing your syllabus?  Don't forget to consider adding or mentioning CALI - - - the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction - - - lessons to your course. 

For example, there is a new lesson that might be appropriate to kick-off the semester on everyone's favorite case, Marbury v. Madison (full disclosure: I am the author), as well as many other topics to engage students in interactive learning throughout the course.

The CALI website has moved and is now at: http://www.cali.org.  There is a Constitutional Law section, but depending upon a particular syllabus, topics in Federal Courts might also be relevant.

RR

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