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Popular Treatises

  • Federal Procedure (Thomson Reuters)  
    This is a multi-volume set that covers civil, criminal, administrative, bankruptcy, and appellate federal procedure. It includes a comprehensive topical index. The index will guide users to other sections within the set. Section numbers are found on the binding.
  • Federal Procedural Forms (Thomson Reuters)  
    To be used in connection with the Federal Procedure. This multi-volume set is set up similar to the Federal Procedure series. Forms do include research references where applicable, such as West's Key Numbers.
  • Moore's Federal Practice--Civil (3d Edition)  
    This is a multi-volume set pertaining to civil, criminal, appellate, and admiralty law in the federal courts. Civil volumes are organized by court rule number and contain library references and historical appendices with prior versions of the court rules.
  • Federal Practice and Procedure  
    Popularly known as "Wright and Miller." This is a multi-volume set that addresses federal criminal procedure, civil procedure, jurisdiction, and evidence. Volumes are divided by main topic (i.e., criminal) and organized by rule.
  • West's Federal Forms
    This form set corresponds to West's Federal Practice and Procedure. Volumes are broken down by type of court. To access this database in Westlaw Next, type in, "West's Federal Forms."
  • Bender's Federal Practice Forms
    This set corresponds to Moore's Federal Practice. It is organized by court rule.

Helpful Guides

The Federal Judicial Center compiles and publishes a wide variety of manuals, benchbooks, and guides for the Federal Courts. These links include a list of available topics as well as some resources that interns might find of particular interest.


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