Law School Courses - Exams and Tests
Exams and Tests
- Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI)
The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction (CALI) is a U.S. 501(c)(3) non-profit consortium of law schools that researches and develops computer-mediated legal instruction and supports institutions and individuals using technology and distance learning in legal education. Mission Statement: CALI advances global legal education through computer technology, employs research, collaboration, and leadership to assist a diverse audience in the effective use of this technology in legal education, and promotes access to justice through the use of computer technology.
- Law Essay Exam Writing System (LEEWS)
“There is a system for handling the law school essay exam well. It's the single most important key to law school success. Its creator is Wentworth Miller, founder of LEEWS. A friend who made law review discovered that every one of his fellow editors had taken LEEWS in their first semester of law school, as had he. Other than this book, LEEWS is the best thing you could possibly have going for you.”
- Law School Outlines - I Hate Law School
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- Law Student - Exam Taking
Exam-taking is a skill. That skill must be practiced for law students to improve their exam-taking performance. By taking these practice exams, you can hone many aspects of your law school exam-taking skills including (1) improving your timing, (2) identifying areas that you don’t know well, (3) writing quickly, (4) identifying the characters in the fact pattern and noting the legal concepts that apply to each, and (5) working under pressure with a time deadline.
- Legal Education Commons
The Legal Education Commons is the place to find and share legal education materials including cases, syllabi, podcasts, presentations, and more. View a webinar on the LEC below.
- LLM in the United States
The study of law in the United States is unlike that in most other countries. First of all, the basic law degree, the Juris Doctor ("JD"), is considered a graduate level professional degree and students enter the program already possessing a college diploma. With the exception of a mandatory introduction course covering the basics of U.S. law, LL.M. students generally take classes alongside their J.D. counterparts. Depending on the policies of the school, special LL.M. seminars may also be offered, but may be open to J.D. students as well.