The Environmental Law Teachers'
Teaching Materials - CALI Exercises

Environmental Law Exercises
The Center for Computer Assisted Legal Education distributes fifty-one computer-based environmental law tutorials.  Authored by Professor Stephen Johnson of Mercer University Law School and Professor Robin Craig of the University of Indiana, the exercises cover the following topics:
  • Superfund
  • Wetlands
  • Citizen Suits under the Clean Water Act
  • NEPA
  • Endangered Species Act
  • Clean Air Act
  • Clean Water Act
  • International Law 
Descriptions of the lessons appear on CALI's Website, and the lessons can be downloaded by students or faculty at any of the law schools that are members of CALI at that site.    At many law schools, the lessons can also be accessed by students or faculty through the Law School's computer lab or network.

Administrative Law Exercises
CALI also distributes Administrative Law exercises that can be used in an Environmental Law course.  Descriptions of the lessons appear on CALI's Website and the lessons can be downloaded at that site. 

Become a CALI Author
CALI is always looking for faculty to write additional exercises for the CALI library.  If you want to learn more about writing CALI exercises, and distributing them through CALI, visit the CALI website

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