This guide shows you how to cite legal sources in text, or as footnotes.
Although the guide is now into its third edition, some publication types, particularly for other jurisdictions, are only superficially considered.
For information about other commonly cited jurisdictions, you may also wish to consult:
These guides are all available from the Law Library at K 114
Legal citation styles do not map easily into reference management sytems.
We recommend Endnote, if you are working on research on a large scale, and Zotero, if you need something simple and mobile.
Both options require some manipulation!
Use these tools to find or decode legal abbreviations