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North Carolina Legal Practice Materials

In this guide you will find resources for North Carolina Practice Materials arranged according to fields of law.

Forms - General Practice

Douglas' Forms, 6th ed. Newark, NJ: LexisNexis, 2005-. (Supp. 2017).  [KFN7468 .D68 6th] (Reserve Room) [Available electronically via Lexis Advance to UNC Law Students and Faculty]

One of the most commonly used North Carolina form books, Douglas' Forms contains a variety of forms used in Business Transactions; Civil Litigation; Wills, Trusts and Estate Administration; Real Estate; and Domestic Relations and Guardians.

Note: The Law Library holdings include supplements from 2008 - 2017.  The most recent copy of this text is located in the Reserve Room.

FastCase Legal Forms and Documents.  [Available electronically via FastCase to UNC Law Students and Faculty]

This resource is also provided to North Carolina Attorneys free of charge through their participation in the North Carolina Bar Association. [NC Bar Association]

General Statutes of North Carolina Annotated. Charlottesville, VA: LEXIS Law Pub., 1999-. (2017).  [KFN7430 1943 .A24]

A selection of forms is available in Volume 19 of the printed statutes, but is not available electronically. 

Note: The most recent copy of these statutes (2017) are available behind the Law Library Reference Desk.

North Carolina Formfinder.  [Available electronically via WestlawEdge to UNC Law Students and Faculty]

This database of forms is fully searchable, browse-able by subject, and can be limited to any state jurisdiction.

North Carolina Forms. [Available electronically via Lexis Advance to UNC Law Students and Faculty].

This database is fully searchable and browse-able by subject. Search terms must be provided after selecting the subject area.


Note: More forms may be found within specific practice area pages linked in the sidebar.