ACS Exam Bank Request Form - Closing May 1
Please read the following before you contact any ACS member about exam bank materials:
* 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)
* Only courses where we have materials for (either that professor or another professor) are included in the list below. If your course is not listed then we likely do not have the materials for them.
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
What is your HLS email?
Have you renewed your ACS National Membership since August 1st and forwarded it to
Have you filled out the registration form on the ACS website since August 2017?
I pledge on my honor and personal integrity that I will not to share any of the materials I receive with anyone.
Type your name here:
Administrative Law - Jody Freeman
Administrative Law - Todd Rakoff
Antitrust Law - Einer Elhauge
Business Strategy for Lawyers - Kathryn Spier
Civil Rights Litigation - Scott Michelman
Comparative Constitutional Law - Mark Tushnet
Comparative Constitutional Law - Vicki Jackson
Comparative Law: Why Law? Lessons from China - William Alford
Constitutional Law: First Amendment - Martha Field
Constitutional Law: First Amendment - Noah Feldman
Constitutional Law: First Amendment - Mark Tushnet
Constitutional Law: Separation of Powers - Michael Klarman
Constitutional Law: Separation of Powers - Noah Feldman
Contracts - Scott Brewer
Contracts - Charles Fried
Copyright - William Fisher
Corporations - Robert Clark
Corporations - Holger Spamann
Corporations - Guhan Subramanian
Criminal Law - Alex Whiting
Employment Discrimination - Elizabeth Bartholet
Employment Law - Benjamin Sachs
Evidence - Peter Rubin
Federal Courts and the Federal System - Richard Fallon
International Criminal Law - Alex Whiting
International Finance - Hal Scott
International Trade Law - Mark Wu
Introduction to Finance Concepts - Bala Dharan
Law and the International Economy - Mark Wu
Legal Profession - Andrew Kaufman
Legislation and Regulation - Jacob Gersen
Legislation and Regulation - Daphna Renan
Legislation and Regulation - Adrian Vermeule
Local Government Law - Gerald Frug
Property - Mary Ann Glendon
Property - Kenneth Mack
Public International Law - Gabriella Blum
Taxation - Howard Abrams
The Role of the State Attorney General - James Tierney, Peter Brann
Torts - John Goldberg
Torts - Lewis Sargentich
Torts - Jonathan Zittrain
Trademark - Rebecca Tushnet
Venture Law - Jesse Fried
If you would like to request materials that are not listed please enter it below including the name of the course and professor. Please keep in mind that if they are not available in the browse, then we are unlikely to have the materials you request.
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