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It may seem like we keep pushing our eBooks, but a LOT of people still don’t know that you can get most of the rules of court as free eBooks to install on your phones and tablets.  Once they are on your device, you don’t have to download them, just open them up.  This is our page with instructions and links.

We aren’t the only ones giving away free ebooks.
Once you download your first book, you won’t look back.

Check out the Center for Computer Assisted Legal Instruction list of free eBooks.

About eLangdell®

The Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Instruction’s, or CALI’s (about CALI), eLangdell® Press publishes free, open eBooks for legal education.
What do we mean by open?
  • Casebooks that are compatible with devices like smartphones and e-readers, as well as print.
  • Educators can adopt and edit eLangdell’s Creative Commons licensed casebooks, for free.
  • Students and faculty can use eLangdell casebooks for free.

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