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Civil Procedure: Getting Started

Civil Procedure Introduction


Civil Procedure (or Civ Pro as it is commonly referred to by students) refers to the rules governing the methods and practices used in civil litigation.  An example is the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure.

Civil Procedure




Civil Procedure Introduction

Click on the resource tabs listed on this LibGuide to find links and useful resources on Civil Procedure.

Where to Find the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure

The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure are located at the end of the last volume of Title 28 (Appendix) of the United States Code (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), in the Title 28 volumes of U.S.C.A., and located after the Title 50 volumes of U.S.C.S. in the Court Rules volumes.