The Law Library contains dozens of sources that include sample contracts and forms and that offer instruction and guidance in drafting contracts. The following list identifies many, but not all, of these sources, as well as relevant databases and websites.
Note that access to Bloomberg Law, Lexis, and Westlaw is restricted to University of Washington School of Law faculty, students, and staff and to other users who have individual IDs and passwords. The Law Library does not have a public subscription to any of these online services.
For various projects and at different stages in your development, you might use:
Finding a document helps your own drafting, but your work doesn't end with a simply copying and pasting your client's name into a form.
When using a model or someone else's document, ask:
Graphic: Concise Guide to London and Environs (1885) book cover, available in British Library's photostream on Flickr.