RANGE OF MATERIALS
1 Hornbooks and Nutshells on various topics, Legislative Record
2-12 Texts & treatises by topic: Administrative Law, Admiralty Law, Antitrust Law, Banks and Banking, Bankruptcy, Causes of Actions, Civil Rights, Civil Actions, Class Actions, Constitutional Law, Consumer Law, Contracts, Corporations, Criminal Law, Depositions, Domestic Relations, Elder Law, Estate Planning, Ethics, Evidence, Immigration, Intellectual Property, Insurance, Jury Instructions, Labor, Litigation, Medical Dictionaries & Medicine, Motor Vehicle, Negligence, Personal Injury, Premises Liability, Products Liability, Real Estate & Zoning, Statutory Construction, Uniform Laws, Restatements of the Law, Tax, Uniform Commercial Code
13-15 Kentucky Materials
16-17 Indiana Materials
18 American Law Reports 1st-5th Series
19 ALR 6th-7th Series, Federal-Federal 3rd Series, Words and Phrases
20 Corpus Juris, Corpus Juris Secundum, American Jurisprudence 1st and 2nd Series, Am Jur Proof of Facts 1st-3rd Series, Am Jur Pleading and Practice Forms
21 Am Jur Trials, Am Jur Legal Forms, West Legal Forms, Bender’s Forms of Discovery, Federal Procedure, Federal Procedural Forms, Bender’s Federal Practice Forms, Moore’s Federal Practice
22 United States Code Annotated, Federal Practice and Procedure, Federal Civil Judicial Procedure, Federal Criminal Code, Shepard’s Acts and Cases by Popular Names Citator US Congressional and Administrative News.
24 United States Supreme Court Reports, Lawyers Edition, Supreme Court Reporter
25 Supreme Court Reporter, United States Supreme Court Digest, Federal Reporter
26-34 Federal Reporter, Shepard’s Federal Citations, Federal Supplement, Federal Rules Decisions
34-53 REGIONAL REPORTERS: Atlantic Reporter, New York Supplement, Northeastern Reporter, Northwestern Reporter, Pacific Reporter, California Reporter, Southeastern Reporter, Southwestern Reporter, Southern Reporter
54-56 American Digest, Decennial Digest 1st-12th Series, General Digest 12th and 13th Series, National Reporter Blue Book
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