Westlaw and Lexis each have entirely different sets of treatises on evidence, including texts focusing many specialized topics. When possible, it's best to explore resources available in both platforms rather than just those in one.
A multi-volume treatise covering all aspects of federal civil, criminal and appellate procedure, including rules of procedure and evidence. It provides extensive rule-by-rule discussion, with copious references to cases and other materials. It is also available on Westlaw.
This book covers all major evidentiary doctrines, providing for each doctrine: a brief description of the pertinent Federal Rules of Evidence and the most recent leading cases construing the Rules; a list of foundational elements-the events and facts you need to lay a complete foundation; and an illustrative foundation showing how each question relates to a particular element of the foundation. Also available on Lexis.
This work provides extensive coverage of the Federal Rules of Evidence, the legislative and drafting history of each Rule, the amendments, source material, and current case law. Looseleaf publication updated annually. Also available on Westlaw.
This work provides a complete, in-depth overview of the subject, based on over 20,000 federal cases construing and applying the Federal Rules of Evidence. Updated with annual pocket parts. Also available on Westlaw.
Comprehensively covers the Federal Rules of Evidence for judges, lawyers and students who need a concise guide to the practical and theoretical information required in the court, office, and classroom. It is intended to accompany the multi-volume treatise which we have in print, for purposes of more detailed research and brief writing. The multi-volume set contains comprehensive legislative history, extensive analysis of topics such as judicial notice, presumptions, expert testimony and hearsay, and many more citations to federal cases. Print copy cancelled in 2014