Saturday, April 12, 2008
As the due dates approach for law students' final semester projects--seminar papers, appellate briefs, to name the most common such projects--many writers take renewed interest in citation form. Others simply panic. To help either type of writer, you may wish to read--or refer writers to--a new essay, Reducing Citation Anxiety, by Darby Dickerson in Volume 11 of The Scribes Journal of Legal Writing. The essay is also available on Darby's SSRN page, http://ssrn.com/author=926301.