The list below contains old exams for law school courses that I have collected
from around the web. New ones pop up and old links go dead all the time, so I try to keep it up to date,
but if you need more than you can find here, google usually turns up some others.
I generally tried to pick relatively recent ones, and not to pick too many from any
given professor. When available, I have included a link to the model answer as well.
Please, email me if you have any to add
or if a link is broken.
I am a big fan of practice tests. In my view, there is no better way to spend your time studying than
taking practice exams. What I tended to do, which I think worked fairly well, was to take a few full
length, timed, practice exams per course, and then, after I had a decent idea of what was what, and I
had the starts of an attack outline, I would read through as many more practice exams as I could to
flesh out my outline. I personally found that even exams that seemed to have a different focus than
my professor had were useful, but of course, some exams will cover materials that you didn't cover at all,
so you should skip those questions.
In addition to the practice tests below, you might also want to check out the
study aids page, or you
can pick the particular course from the dropdown above or by clicking on the course title below
for everything I have relating to each course.