exams approach, everyone’s anxiety seems to increase. If you’d like to
test your knowledge and reassure yourself, try the CALI exercises. The
CALI exercises are interactive computer exercises available via the web
access CALI exercises, you’ll first need to register for My CALI by
clicking on the link that says “Not a registered user yet? Click here!”
You’ll need to provide our School Authorization Code which was provided
in the body of the email message containing the link to this edition of
Amicus Briefs. If you've already deleted the message stop by the
Reference Desk to obtain the code.
lessons are available in many subject areas. The following is a
description of some of the exercises that might be relevant for courses
offered this semester:
PROCEDURE: Jurisdiction and Venue, Jurisdiction Over the Person,
Analysis of a Diversity Case, Demurrers and Judgments, Joinder of
Claims and Parties, Equitable Remedies, Summary Judgment.
TRANSACTIONS: CANINE: The Complete Article Nine, Documents of Title
Under Article 7 of the UCC, The Law of Equipment Leasing: Article 2A of
the UCC, Perfecting a Security Interest, UCC Remedies, Understanding
Fixtures: Section 9-334 of the Uniform Commercial Code.
Acceptance, Consideration: The Basics of Consideration and the Bargain
Theory, Contract Formation, Parol Evidence Rule, The Pre-Existing Duty
Corporate Acquisitions, The Business Judgment Rule, Business Financing
and the Federal Securities Laws, Agency, Issuance of Shares, Mechanics
of Incorporation and Defective Incorporation, Piercing the Corporate
Best Evidence Rule, Character Evidence under Federal Evidence, Hearsay,
Expert and Opinion Evidence, Impeachment and Rehabilitation of
PROPERTY: A Copyright Primer, Abandonment, The Adaptation Right,
Collective Marks and Certification Marks, Fundamentals of Fair Use,
PROFESSION: Code of Professional Responsibility and Model Rules of
Professional Conduct, Bases for Attorney Discipline, Client or Not?
Adverse Possession, Rule Against Perpetuities, Basic Future Interests,
Distinction Between Real Property and Personal Property.
Negligence, Assumption of Risk, Battery Basics, Causation in Fact,
Contributory Negligence and Last Clear Chance, Strict Liability.