Civil Procedure Books to Help Save Your Time and Make You a More Efficient Attorney
Looking for further reading material for trial lawyers, advocates, and others interested in litigation?
- O’Connors Federal Rules Civil Trials 2017: This is my go-to source for federal civil procedure. It contains expert commentary written and edited by experienced practitioners and backed by thousands of citations. This book’s ten commentary chapters enhance your practice and efficiency by explaining the details of federal civil procedure step by step. It includes the complete Federal Rules of Civil Procedure and Federal Rules of Evidence annotated with key quotations from leading opinions. Helpful charts summarize complex information in a form that is easy to digest. Timetables help you compute important deadlines when you are unable to jump on the internet and view Court Deadlines. And much more exists to help you find the federal procedure information you need–fast. This fully updated edition includes new content on the December 1 amendments to the FRCPs and FRAPs. Besides the rule amendments, the new edition has been fully revised to reflect all the latest changes in the law. The 2018 edition will be released around February 6, 2018. We will update this post when it hits the shelves.
- Federal Rules of Civil Procedure 2018 Edition: With Statutory Supplement: If you’re looking for a more concise version of the Federal Rules, this book is a great source. This comprehensive edition of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure offers related supplementary statutes for quick reference. And it is updated through January 1, 2018. It’s perfect for your briefcase or desk and a great format for the attorney or law school student who simply needs to refer to the rules.