Do you ever wonder if your citations to case law, to law journal articles, on-line materials, etc. in a legal brief are correct?
Times have changed so much since I read that little blue book in law school with instructions for correct citation. I've discovered a tremendous resource on the Cornell website--a guide to proper citation. It may be used online or, for $20, you may order a copy to download on your computer or to your Kindle.
Peter W. Martin, Introduction to Basic Legal Citation (online ed. 2010), http://www.law.cornell.edu/citation/index.htm [Last accessed August 7, 2011]
You can browse through the Table of Contents here--with hot links. http://www.law.cornell.edu/citation/full_toc.htm#7-400 [Last accessed August 7, 2011]