The Law Library maintains large selection of legal forms both electronic and in print in our libraries. Many of the electronic forms resources are free to use and may be accessed through the links below. Others may be accessed in the library in our forms sets or through our online subscription databases.
The California Courts forms web site provides links to court forms and information.
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The U.S. Government Official Forms website is a hub link to federal forms searchable by agency and by name.
The Public Law Library web site, sponsored by California county law libraries, contains information about legal forms, as well as mini classes about various legal topics. The form page is http://www.publiclawlibrary.org/research.html#forms.
Some form resources in the Library, among many others:
Martin Dean's California Judicial Council Forms/San Francisco Local Court Forms enables patrons to fill out and print completed court forms on the Library’s public computers.
California Forms of Pleading and Practice is the electronic version of the extensive 55 volume print set organized by topic, provided by the LexisNexis database within the Libraries.
CEB OnLaw links to the California Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB) library of publications such as action guides, practice materials, and forms. Our catalog has entries for the Library’s print CEB collection as well as direct links to CEB OnLaw database within the Libraries.