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Database form collections often include forms from publications. In addition to accessing these forms from database collections, you can also search directly for form books, practice guides, or treatises on your topic. Some form books, such as American Jurisprudence Legal Forms 2d and West's Legal Forms, cover a broad range of legal topics. You can explore Tarlton's catalog, and Tarlton also has a research guide on Legal Treatises by Subject, which includes both print and online resources. Additionally, the Georgetown Law Library provides a list of Forms by Subject, which includes form books, practice guides, and treatises on specific legal topics. Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg all have extensive collections of secondary source publications. There are also a number of form books and practice guides on Texas transactional topics.
Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg all provide access to extensive libraries of secondary source publications. You can access the forms from many secondary resources from the form collections on commercial databases. Additionally, you can start your search for forms by identifying specific treatises, practice guides, or form books relevant to your topic. Below are links to secondary source publications on Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg.
For Texas-specific form books and practice guides, the Tarlton Law Library guide on Finding Texas Law in the Tarlton Law Library has a page on Practice Guides and Form Books. The following are Texas-specific form books addressing transactional law topics and Texas transactional law practice guides that include forms.