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We have selected Brian Huddleston's Anatomy of a Case for this contest.
The selected lesson is brief, only fifteen minutes. Participants learn the basic parts of a court opinion, the written decision of a court of law that is published in a print reporter or placed digitally on a legal research platform. The components described in this lesson are similar to those contained in Bloomberg Law, Westlaw and LexisNexis and other legal research platforms. This lesson is part of CALI* Lessons. This is a free and popular law school learning tool. The lessons are digital, self-paced, interactive tutorials covering a variety of law school topics including most 1L courses. Just follow the instructions below to participate.
IMPORTANT: YOU MUST ENTER THE LESSON VIA THIS LINK: CALI Lesson - Anatomy of a Case -
Enter by 12 am August 19!
Contestants must complete the CALI Lesson to be entered in the contest.
Winners will receive certificates from LexisNexis for the following four study aid e-books: Understanding Civil Procedure, Understanding Torts, Understanding Property, and Q&A Civil Procedure.
Two winners will be selected on Wednesday, August 21st. The winners will be announced on the C|M|LAW Library Blog.
*CALI is the Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction. CALI is a nonprofit consortium and is an innovative force pushing legal education toward positive change. You can browse the CALI Lesson Library of over 800 CALI Lessons.
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