In December of 1997, Cumberland School of Law became a member of CALI: The Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction.


According to the CALI website ,the objectives of CALI are to:

  • Coordinate distribution and use of computerized instructional materials
  • Support authors in the development of new instructional programs
  • Sponsor research for advancing quality and effectiveness of exercises
  • Establish standards for hardware, software and courseware
  • Support and coordinate the sharing of information relating to computer applications in legal education and law

One way they do this is by distributing the CALI Lessons to member schools. These CALI lessons (which are written for the following Windows and Apple operating systems, consist of over 800 computer-assisted legal education tutorials).

To register for CALI, please contact Grace Simms for the authorization code.  To register go to –