* This year, the Academic Committee has decided to grant access to our materials on a request-only basis. We have divided up this responsibility over a team. Accordingly, your requests will come piecemeal, usually within a day or so of your request.
* We will allow individuals to request materials for only a normal course load's worth of work per semester (i.e., materials for a maximum of four courses per semester).
* Please request materials when your schedule is finalized.
* Only submit one request per subject (i.e., don't request two teachers)
* Many subjects do not have exams or outlines associated with them. Checking a box for that subject means we will look for those materials, but they may not exist. Only contact us if you believe that your exam bank request is missing files.
* If you have been granted membership this semester or last semester, you may submit this form. If you have NOT been given membership, you will not have access to the exam bank until you have emailed the following to the ACS Academics Director (at firstname.lastname@example.org):
1) Receipt (or forwarded email) confirming that the student has joined ACS National on or after August 1st, 2013. Membership can be purchased for the entire year for as little as $10, using the Student Membership option: https://www.acslaw.org/membership.
2) A list of at least two events that were sponsored or co-sponsored by ACS in the 2013-14 academic year that you attended.
Any request that is made without first observing these requirements may go unprocessed.
ACS EXAM, OUTLINE, AND EVALUATION BANK POLICY
By requesting these materials you agree not to share any of these materials with anyone, ACS member or otherwise. Please take a moment to review our policy below.
The Exam, Outline, and Evaluation Banks are valuable repositories of information for ACS members. They are comprised of the effort and careful thought of ACS members, who have selflessly contributed for the benefit of other ACS members at HLS. Sharing these materials with other students who have not contributed to the ACS community or to its annual dues undermines the incentive of these students to contribute to these collections. This may in turn deprive the ACS community of the full benefit of their fellow members’ efforts.
The ACS Academics Committee