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Welcome to this research guide on Law Review resources. There are many different sources available to assist you with cite-checking and writing in the Taggart Law Library. 

If you have questions or need more help after using this research guide, please contact one of our librarians.  We are ready to assist you with your research!

General Cite Checking Process

1. Identify the source. Is it a case, statute, trial court document, or secondary source? If it is a secondary source, what treatise, journal, or newspaper is it?

2. Locate the source in a format that meets the Bluebook's standards for an official version of the source. 

3. Check the validity, appropriateness, and accuracy of the source. Does the source match the content it is meant to support?

4. Format the citation according to the latest edition Bluebook, which should be used as a style guide for all citations.

Remember: These are general rules for checking a footnote. Always consult specific journal rules for a more detailed discussion of the process and any special cite checking rules.



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Dustin Johnston-Green
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