Moore's Manual: Federal Practice Forms


If you're looking for a helpful collection of civil forms to use in federal court, the LexisNexis Digital Library has you covered. 

Jenkins' members can borrow eBook versions of Moore's Manual: Federal Practice Forms from the LexisNexis Digital Library for a 7 day loan period. This set is a concise version of Bender's Federal Practice Forms, and it "brings together the essential forms for use in civil litigation in federal court, from the initial filing of the action through appeal" (Moore's Manual: Federal Practice Forms, LEXISNEXIS STORE, (last visited Oct. 26, 2018)). Conveniently, the set is organized in the same chapter order as its companion treatise, Moore's Manual: Federal Practice and Procedure. Each of the eight Forms volumes (1-7, including 6A) can be borrowed individually and read in your browser or downloaded via Kindle book, EPUB eBook, or OverDrive Read formats. 

The Forms set was last updated on October 16, 2018 and includes the following practical features:

•   More than 1,500 up-to-date forms
•   Cross-references to Moore's Federal Practice and Moore's Manual: Federal Practice and Procedure
•   A plethora of case citations
•   A 2011 revised summary judgment chapter to reflect December 2010 amendments to Civil Rule 56

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