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Thursday, October 13, 2011

Free Federal Rules Ebooks

The Cornell Legal Information Institute (LII) and the Center for Computer-Assisted Legal Education (CALI) have partnered to provide access to free ebook copies of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, the Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure, and the Federal Rules of Evidence. The ebooks can be downloaded in the .epub format making them compatible with devices such as the iPad and the Nook as well as the .mobi format for Kindle users.

The ebooks have Tables of Contents and Advisory Committee notes after each rule. They also contain internal links to other rules referenced within a particular rule as well as external links to the United States Code available on the LII website. Visit the ebook help page to learn more about how to download these ebooks.

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