References Citation

U.S. Law Reviews & Journals

As a general rule, you can use citation formats and abbreviations found in the Uniform System of Case Citation (Blue Book).

To cite to law reviews or Law Journals , list the following six elements in order:
1.The authors’ name full as it appears in the article;
2.The title of the article or headline (this must be underlined or italicized );
3.Volume number of the law review;
4.The abbreviated name of the law review;
5.The page number of the article’s first page; and
6.The law review’s year of publication.

European Union

The Fordham International Law Journal uses a popular citation format for EC and EU materials different from that used by the Bluebook.



See Also

References and Further Reading

About the Author/s and Reviewer/s

Author: international

Mentioned in these Entries

History of Citation Indexing, Law Journals, Legal Citation.



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