Work Smart with Updated Judicial Council Smart Forms at LACBA.org
Where in the World Wide Web can you find these forms and just about any other form you might possibly need?
Would you do a Google or Yahoo search for them? And if you did find them, how much would they cost?
Find out at LACBA.org where you'll discover nearly 200 new or revised LexisNexis Smart Forms updated in February 2012.
In fact, twice yearly, LACBA's Web Services Department works with LexisNexis to ensure that you have access to updated Judicial Council forms in 40 subject areas, from adoption to workplace violence. Within each of these areas are several forms to download and use. And, no, they won’t cost you an arm and a leg either. They’re FREE for LACBA members!
When you surf over to the LACBA home page, look under the main banner at the top to find the Judicial Council Forms heading and click there. You will find a treasure trove of links and forms to help you work smarter and more efficiently. All you need is a HotDocs player, which you can download for free from that page. Once you have the software, take advantage of Field Overflow options, which handle data that is too long to fit in the space provided, then save the completed form to your computer for future use.
If you want to save even more valuable time (and are willing to pay a small fee to do so), LexisNexis offers more than 1,000 fully Automated Forms, including LexisNexis Automated California Judicial Council Forms and LexisNexis California County Forms. LexisNexis Automated Forms can offer you the same special features as Smart Forms, plus they use the HotDocs software to offer robust automation features for as little as $10 each:
If you need forms for a case that you are handling, look no further than LACBA.org to get what you need—when you need it—with a little help from your friends at LACBA. And be sure to check back in July when LACBA will post new and revised forms.
What are your thoughts? What would you like to see on LACBA.org? Send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org or call David Dain at (213) 896-6401.