Answered By: Rich Gause
Last Updated: Aug 04, 2015     Views: 58

Unfortunately for your remote needs, the online legal forms for Florida are mostly limited to a few areas of family law. For most topics in your legal research classes you'll need to use print resources.

At the UCF Orlando Main Campus John C. Hitt Library we provide over 1,500 linear feet of legal resources used by the legal research classes. It is not feasible to duplicate these resources at the regional campus libraries.

Take a look at our guides for Legal Research and Legal Research: Florida, which include links to some online resources for forms and other resources.

Check with your instructor to determine if there are alternate legal resources near the regional campus, such as a county law library. If not, plan a trip to the Main Orlando Campus library.

For examples of motions for summary judgment, you might start by taking a look at:

(1) Trawick's Florida Practice and Procedure: Forms [Reference KFF 530 .T733]

(2) American Jurisprudence Pleading & Practice Forms Annotated [Reference KF 8836 .A45]

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