CALI (The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction) is a nonprofit consortium dedicated to advancing legal education through a variety of methods, including its well-known CALI Lessons, which are computer-based, interactive tutorials that cover specific topics of law. The CALI Lessons Library currently boasts more than 800 lessons–a treasure trove for law students!
A lesser-known fact about CALI Lessons is that there are several offerings on the subject of animal law. There is a three-part series on Dangerous Dog Laws and Procedural Due Process (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3) authored by Lauren Gallagher and Ledy VanKavage of Best Friends Animal Society; and a lesson on Puppy Mills and the Animal Welfare Act by Cori Menkin and Lisa Weisberg of the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
Access to CALI Lessons is restricted to people affiliated with CALI member organizations and those who have purchased individual memberships. Students enrolled at the UCLA School of Law may request a student authorization code to set up an account by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.