Many faculty choose to make their past final exams available to students. The library's exam archive includes all exams approved for inclusion by faculty:
CALI (Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) is a nonprofit consortium of law schools that develops computer-mediated legal instruction. CALI lessons are web-based tutorials on a wide variety of legal topics, and are available to all law school students.
How Do I Access CALI?
CALI lesson are available online. To access CALI online, you will need to register using UConn's authorization code, which you can obtain by contacting the Reference Desk. Once you have registered, you can set up a password to be able to access CALI lessons at any time:
Whom Do I Contact for Assistance With CALI?
The reference librarians can provide assistance with accessing and using CALI.