It might seem like a silly question, but knowing why we cite our sources is the first step in deciding what to reference and how to format citations. Citations serve several purposes:
The following Bluebooking Series was prepared by the Research Center to guide students through the basics of creating legal citations. There are seven videos: an Introduction to the Bluebook, Secondary Sources, Case Citation, Legislative Materials, Administrative Materials, Electronic Tools for Legal Writing, and Internet Sources. To view videos individually or to see other video series, such as our Foreign and International Law Bluebooking series, check out the RC's Youtube page.
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