UPDATE: The Cali.org website is now up and running. [details here]. Lessons on DVD are still available for all Georgetown Law students.
Cali.org went down sometime this morning. The outage relates to problems with CALI's cloud service provider, Amazon.
We have CALI DVDs at both reference desks if you'd like to run a CALI lesson while the site is down.
CALI lessons are interactive, computer-based tutorials written by law professors and librarians. CALI publishes over 800 CALI lessons in 33 different legal subject areas. With so many options, there is likely a CALI Lesson available for most of the topics and subjects you wish to study before exams. If you are registering a free account at cali.org for the first time, note that you must use our school's authorization code to create a new account. Our authorization code is available to Georgetown Law students.