Learn about how citators can help you update and verify legal authority, as well as connect you to other relevant case law.
Citation plays a number of important roles in legal research. In order to correctly cite a case, statute, administrative rule, or other authority in a brief, or to find an authority that someone else has cited, law students must first understand how a citation identifies that authority’s location.
Every jurisdiction designates a style manual describing its citation rules. A Uniform System of Citation, also known as the Bluebook, contains the citation rules used by law students around the...