The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction's, or CALI's (about CALI), eLangdell® Press publishes free, open eBooks for legal education.
What do we mean by open?
- Casebooks that are compatible with devices like smartphones and e-readers, as well as print.
- Educators can adopt and edit eLangdell's Creative Commons licensed casebooks, for free.
- Students and faculty can use eLangdell casebooks for free.
Want to pioneer digital casebooks with us? Contact Deb Quentel, dquentel at cali dot org, if you're interested in authoring.
Video: CALI's Executive Director on eLangdell
CALI's Executive Director, John Mayer, gave a presentation at the Chicago Law.Gov Workshop on May 21, 2010 about the future of legal education, eLangdell, and open access education. It's about 30 minutes long, but worth a listen if you're interested in the project. You can also download (right-click, save as) the audio (mp3) if you want to listen on the go. Here's the video: