Answered By: Kate Britt
Last Updated: Apr 24, 2018     Views: 0

The Library has court rules for most of the states in one or more of the following sources: 

  • Individual court rules volumes (e.g. Alabama Rules of Court) 
  • State practice and procedure sets (e.g. Anderson's Ohio Civil Practice with Forms )
  • Separate rules volumes in the annotated codes (e.g. volumes 16, 17, and 17A of Arizona Revised Statutes). 
  • The official reports and the National Reporter System (regional reporters) advance sheets.
  • Westlaw has court rules for some states. (e.g. State Materials > Michigan > Michigan Court Rules). 
  • Lexis has court rules for some states. (e.g. States > Michigan > MI - Michigan Local, State & Federal Court Rules). 
  • Bloomberg Law also has state court rules. Search "[state name] state court rules" or select the state through the "State Resources" tool.

State court rules generally are located with other state materials in the library (S-2 North wing).

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