Law students – as you prepare for finals don’t forget that you can use the interactive CALI lessons to test your knowledge of a topic. CALI lessons are written and edited by law faculty and librarians from around the country. There are over 900 lessons in 35 legal subjects. A lesson can be set up in any number of formats – multiple choice, short answer, multiple select, etc. and as you work through the lesson you receive immediate feedback. To access the CALI lessons, go to http://www.cali.org, and register to create your own username and password. Through a partnership with Westlaw, subject specific CALI lessons are also linked to TWEN courses. if you have any questions, please contact Suzanne Darais, firstname.lastname@example.org, in the law library. Good luck with finals!