CALI (“The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction”) has recently released a revamped version of its website (along with a whole new color scheme). CALI still offers its great interactive tutorials that are excellent for students trying to master their classes. They are now up to 950 different lessons in 35 legal subject areas. (I don’t feel like it was that long ago that the number was 600.) These lessons are created by law school faculty members and can be a great help during law school. The new website also prominently features CALI’s eBooks where users can download free versions of different compilations of Rules and open-access versions of certain casebooks. BYU Law is a member of CALI and law students (even incoming students) and faculty can get access to CALI by emailing Shawn Nevers at firstname.lastname@example.org.