CALI Job Opening
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) seeks one or two 2L or 3L law students for part-time employment beginning fall 2013. Tasks are varied and include some legal research, proofreading CALI lessons (thatís right you are paid to learn) and some office tasks. Basically you will assist CALIís staff with any of its projects.
Hours vary per week. Up to 20 hours per week / $10 per hour.
Our office is located on the 5th floor of Chicago-Kent College of Law. Some projects require your presence in our offices and other projects can be completed remotely.
Please send your resume, the name of your favorite CALI lesson, and a paragraph outlining what skills you'd bring to CALI to Deb Quentel email@example.com.
CALI Lessons: Free study materials for law students
As you are starting your new classes, we'd like to remind you about CALI Lessons.
If you are unfamiliar, CALI Lessons are interactive, computer-based tutorials provided by the nonprofit Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (www.cali.org). They are written by law professors and librarians and are great for mastering course material during the semester and for studying for exams. There are more than 900 lessons available to help you study 32 different legal subject areas at www.cali.org.
Best of all? It's totally free for you to use!
When registering a new account at cali.org, you must use our school's authorization code to create your account. Ask a law librarian to get this code. You'll only need to use the school's authorization code once. After that, you may use the e-mail/password you used to sign up in order to login at cali.org.
Good luck with the rest of the semester!
Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI)