What is Available?
The Law Library maintains an online database of past Exam Questions & Model Answers dating back to 1985. This database, however, only contains material that faculty members have given the library permission to make available to the student body. Therefore, students will not find copies of all examinations that have been administered at Tulane Law School. Included in this database are courses taught by full-time law faculty, adjunct faculty members, and visiting professors.
For copies of Exam Questions & Model Answers prior to 1985, paperbound volumes are shelved in the Photocopy Room (third floor of the Law Library). There is one volume containing a master index to the set, and each individual volume has an Index..
How do I Access the Online Exam Database?
Currently enrolled law students, law faculty, and law staff can access this service through the Tulane Law School Intranet at http://tls.law.tulane.edu. After you login to the Intranet, look under "Resources" on the left side of the screen.
How do I Search the Database?
The database can be searched by professor, course title, or substantive area.