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Teaching Law School: Resources: Websites

Teaching Law: Websites

Teaching Law:

The main page of this website includes a search feature, a pull-down menu of "Resources."  

CALI is "a not-for-profit consortium of law schools dedicated to research and development in computer and web-based legal education."  To access the full range of material at the CALI website, BLS faculty need to register at this website.  BLS faculty need Brooklyn Law School's authorization code to register.  BLS reference librarians can provide this authorization code.

CALI provides: a large library of online exercises (CALI Lessons) for law students; software to author CALI lessons; the Legal Education Commons (a growing online repository of legal education material such as cases, syllabi and presentations); and the Classcaster course/academic blogging system.

CALI sponsors an annual Conference for Law School Computing.  See CALI's conference archives for program materials. 

Through a highly useful Teaching and Learning page, this up-to-date website highlights (and often links to) articles, bibliographies, books, videos and conference web pages to assist law professors.  ‚Äč

Professor Schwartz's seeks to describe teaching principles of the best law teachers.  


The target audience for this periodical is college and university faculty and administrators.  The Chronicle reports on some law school developments.  Certain online articles bear a "premium content" designation.  BLS faculty, students and staff can contact the BLS Reference Desk (e-mail: or telephone: 718-780-7567) for assistance in accessing material designated as "premium content."

Chronicle of Higher Education: Teaching Sources

 The News page links to: Faculty, Teaching and Technology.

Examples of articles found by searching the Teaching page:

  Beckie Supiano, What Professors an Learn About Teaching From Their Students (Nov. 19, 2017).

"Premium content"--contact BLS Reference Desk. 

Beckie Supiano, Why You Shouldn't Try to Replicate Your Classroom Teaching Online (April 30, 2020).

"Premium content"--contact BLS Reference Desk.