How SmartRules Helps You Win Cases Across The State and Across State Lines

SmartRules™ is an essential litigation tool that provides updated, task-based procedural guides. SmartRules™ provides easy to follow, step-by-step checklists that summarize the requirements for drafting and filing civil litigation documents from all rules sources.

What You Get With a Membership

A membership to SmartRules gives you full access to guides for the most common civil litigation documents in the most active jurisdictions.

Lawyers are licensed by jurisdiction, and practices are often focused in certain jurisdictions – SmartRules is organized the same way.SmartRules allows you to customize memberships packages based on the jurisdictions where you practice.

You will also have access to Codes, Courts and Forms, a feature SmartRules offers for every civil court in the United States. Codes, Courts & Forms centralizes links to court rules, official forms and other information you’ll need to comply with requirements in every state, federal, trial and appellate court in the land.

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  • We Make It Easy

    Even attorneys can have trouble interpreting the rules of the court. That’s why we unite all of the relevant resources into one guide and turn them into plain English. That means attorneys, paralegals, legal secretaries and just about anyone in your office can find the information they need.

  • Customize Your Membership For Your Practice

    SmartRules guides cover jurisdictions that see 80% of all legal activity in the United States. But you can customize your membership to cover just the one jurisdiction you need, or all our Jurisdictions. Whether your practice is large or small, we’ve got you covered.

  • Access SmartRules From Anywhere

    You can access SmartRules from anywhere — your office desktop, your home laptop, your tablet, or even your cell phone. SmartRules can help you wherever you are, whenever you need it.

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