Our Members. Our Power. Our Movement.
Become an ACS member today, in order to:
- Be at the forefront of progressive legal change
- Protect the legitimacy of our democracy
- Unite with a network of 240 student and lawyer chapters across the United States
- Support a grassroots movement for a diverse judiciary that reflects the public it serves
Together, we can protect democracy, advance truth and justice, and transform our laws and legal systems to protect the lives of all people – not just the special interests of a few.
$25: Constitutional Ally
- Membership in an ACS chapter near you.
- Special invitations to the ACS National Convention, regional conferences, and local events.
- Guidance on the clerkship application process, post-graduate fellowships, and careers.
- Exclusive membership communications on ACS’s work and impact, including ACS’s weekly Member Bulletin.
- Opportunity to submit content to ACS’s Expert Forum to share discourse on progressive and legal issues with the nation’s top progressive legal minds.
$50: Constitutional Champion
- Everything listed in level one, plus the following:
- Exclusive networking opportunities with prominent ACS staff, legal scholars, officials, and judges.
$100: Constitutional Ambassador
- Everything listed in levels one and two, plus the following:
- Invitations to exclusive debriefs with ACS President Russ Feingold and ACS policy experts to discuss progressive legal issues.
Other Ways to Join the ACS Movement
- Student Membership: Becoming a student member of ACS reflects your commitment to our work and our values. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or sign up for a student membership online.
- Corporate Membership: If you and your company would like to join ACS, please contact email@example.com.
- Institutional Membership: If you and your Foundation would like to join ACS, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Public Sector Membership: If you are an elected or appointed official and would like to join ACS, please contact email@example.com.
All membership benefits are considered to be of insubstantial value and do not affect the amount of the contribution that is deductible for federal income tax purposes. All donations are tax deductible as allowed by law.