Call Number: Reserve, Reference, and Main Stacks KF245 .B37 2015
Explains basic Bluebook forms, with examples and references to the relevant Bluebook rules. A good starting point if you are still working on learning basic Bluebook citation or want a clearer, simpler entry point to the Bluebook.
Call Number: Reserve, Reference, and Main Stacks KF245 .D853 2015
A short pamphlet explaining basic Bluebook rules for court documents including examples and citations to the relevant Bluebook rules. A good starting point if you are working on a brief or other court document. However, students working on academic papers should consult "Understanding and Mastering the Bluebook" instead.
Provides example Bluebook citations for specific sources, organized alphabetically by the name of the source. A good starting point if you are struggling to figure out the Bluebook format for a specific court, treatise, journal, or other source. Prince also serves as coordinating editor for the Bluebook itself, making this a particularly reliable resource.
The final chapter explains how to cite materials in California Style Manual, ALWD, and Bluebook format, with examples. The director of Loyola's legal writing program, Professor Aimee Dudovitz, is a co-author.