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A finite dimensional Lie algebra $g$ or degreewise finite-dimensional L-∞ algebra $g$ is encoded in a a differential $D : \vee^\bullet g \to \vee^\bullet g$ on the cofree co-commutative coalgebra generated by $g$.
The dual of this is a differential graded algebra $(\wedge^\bullet g^*, d)$. The underlying cochain complex (forgetting the monoidal structure) is the Chevalley-Eilenberg cochain complex.
There is in fact a bijection between quasi-free cochain differential graded algebras in non-negative degree and L-∞ algebras.
The Chevalley-Eilenberg complex is usually defined a bit more generally for Lie algebras equipped with a Lie module? $g \to End V$. In the above language this more general cochain complex is the one underlying the Lie ∞-algebroid that encodes this action in the sense of Lie ∞-algebroid representations.
The cohomology of the Chevalley-Eilenberg cochain complex agrees with the Lie algebra cohomology with trivial coefficients. The Lie algebra is however defined also for infinite-dimensional Lie algebras and arbitrary module $M$ coefficients. Namely the Lie algebra cohomology is $H^*_{Lie}(\mathfrak{g},M) = Ext_{U(\mathfrak{g})}(\mathfrak{g},M) = Hom_{U(\mathfrak{g})}(V(\mathfrak{g}),M)\cong Hom_k(\Lambda^*\mathfrak{g},M)$ where $U(\mathfrak{g})$ is the universal enveloping of $\mathfrak{g}$ and $V(\mathfrak{g}) = U(\mathfrak{g})\otimes \Lambda^* \mathfrak{g}$ (with the appropriate differential) is the Chevalley-Eilenberg chain complex. Now if $\mathfrak{g}$ is finite-dimensional then $Hom_{U(\mathfrak{g})}(V(\mathfrak{g}),M)\cong CE(\mathfrak{g},M)$ and $CE(\mathfrak{g}) = CE(\mathfrak{g},k) = \Lambda^* \mathfrak{g}^*$.
MathOverflow: definitions of Chevalley-Eilenberg complex
C. Chevalley, S. Eilenberg, Cohomology theory of Lie groups and Lie algebras, Trans. Amer. Math. Soc. 63, (1948). 85–124.