Friday, December 8, 2006

Federal Practice Manual for Legal Aid Attorneys partially on-line

The first five chapters of the 2006 /Federal Practice Manual for Legal Aid Attorneys/, edited by Jeffrey S. Gutman, Professor of Clinical Law and Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at George Washington University School of Law and published by the Sargent Shriver National Center on Poverty Law, are now available in HTML format. This is the updated version of the Federal Practice Manual for Legal Aid Attorneys published in 2004. This version of the Manual includes hyperlinks to federal statutes, Supreme Court case citations, and case pleadings available through the Shriver Center's Poverty Law Library. Chapters 6-9, as well as a documentary supplement that includes annotated model pleadings, are still being edited and will be posted online soon.

To view the HTML version of the Federal Practice Manual, visit http://www.ejustice.org/federal-practice-manual/

Ed:  This post via the legal hotlines listserv managed by Shoshanna Ehrlich.

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