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This guide details legal forms available in the Mabee Legal Information Center as well as a selection of online forms.
Last Updated: Oct 28, 2013 URL: http://mlic.utulsa.libguides.com/forms Print Guide RSS Updates

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The MLIC has a large number of legal form books which may be found by performing a subject search in Innopac, the online catalog, using one of the following terms:

Or, you may want to run a keyword search which will look for your search terms not only in the subject heading but also in the title and contents notes, etc.  Most form sets are now located immediately to your left as you enter the 2d floor main reading room.

Note - many form sets listed below are also available on either Westlaw or LEXIS to law students.   These are noted with a bold W or L and a link to the appropriate database if on Westlaw.

American Jurisprudence Legal Forms.  (Westlaw)
Location:  2d Floor, Main reading room, MLIC, KF170.A542

This is a comprehensive, multi-volume, multi-topic compendium of legal forms.  It is arranged alphabetically by topic. It includes research references to American Jurisprudence 2d and American Jurisprudence Pleading and Practice Forms Annotated

Nichols Cyclopedia of Legal Forms Annotated by Clark Nichols. (Westlaw)
Location: 2d Floor, Main reading room, MLIC, KF170.N42

This is a 44 volume set arranged alphabetically by legal or business topic. It includes research checklists including references toAmerican Jurisprudence 2d and Corpus Juris Secundum. Chapters include drafting checklists, tax introduction, and tax notes. Index volume includes subject index and a table of reference to the Internal Revenue Code which lists where each section of Code is cited or discussed .

West's Legal Forms. Rev. 2nd & 3rd eds. (Westlaw)
Location: 2d Floor, Main reading room, MLIC, KF170.L532

This is a comprehensive, multi-volume set arranged alphabetically by major type of form. It includes references to Corpus Juris Secundum. Index volume contains the volume contents, listing all volume titles and chapters, and the subject index to all volumes.

 

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