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7-MAROON - THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO MANUAL OF LEGAL...

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T HE U NIVERSITY OF C HICAGO M ANUAL OF L EGAL C ITATION S ECOND E DITION EDITED BY THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LAW REVIEW 2000 [PUBLISHING HOUSE NAME AND LOCATION]
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Copyright © 1989, 2000 by The University of Chicago All rights reserved.
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Acknowledgements for the Second Edition The editors of The University of Chicago Law Review gratefully acknowledge the assistance of the following people for their help in producing the second edition of this manual: [TO BE INSERTED] Acknowledgements for the First Edition The editors of The University of Chicago Law Review and The University of Chicago Legal Forum gratefully acknowledge the assistance of the Advisory Committee in developing this manual. Jerome M. Marcus, Chairman Member, Pennsylvania Bar Ann T. Fessenden Circuit Librarian United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit Henry C. Lind Retired Reporter of Decisions United States Supreme Court Frederick A. Muller Deputy State Reporter New York Court of Appeals Jean Maclean Snyder Member, Illinois Bar We also thank Douglas G. Baird, Gerhard Casper, Richard A. Epstein, Larry Kramer, Jo Desha Lucas, Geoffrey P. Miller, Richard A. Posner, A.W.B. Simpson, and Nelson Lund for helpful comments on earlier drafts.
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RULE 1: TYPEFACES. ................................................................. RULE 2: ABBREVIATIONS. ........................................................ Rule 2.1: General Rule Rule 2.2: Reporters, Statutes, and Other Sources Rule 2.3: Periodicals Rule 2.4: Geographical Terms Rule 2.5: Ordinal Numbers RULE 3: CITATION SENTENCES . ............................................ Rule 3.1: Introducing Authorities Rule 3.2: Punctuation of Citation Sentences Rule 3.3: Order of Authority Rule 3.4: Explanatory Information RULE 4: INITIAL REFERENCE TO AUTHORITIES. .............. Rule 4.1: General Matters Rule 4.2: Cases Rule 4.3: Periodical Articles Rule 4.4: Books and Treatises Rule 4.5: Constitutions Rule 4.6: Statutes Rule 4.7: Legislative Materials Rule 4.8: Executive and Administrative Materials Rule 4.9: Rules of Practice Rule 4.10: Treaties and Other International Agreements Rule 4.11: Foreign Materials Rule 4.12: International Materials Rule 4.13: Internet Sources Rule 4.14: Other Sources RULE 5: SUBSEQUENT REFERENCE TO AUTHORITIES . .. Rule 5.1: General Rule Rule 5.2: Cross References Rule 5.3: Short Forms Appendix 1: General Rules of Style . ........................................... Appendix 2: Recommended Abbreviations of Reporters and Other Sources . ........................................................................... Appendix 3: Recommended Abbreviations of Statutory Sources. ...................................................................................... Appendix 4: Recommended Abbreviations of Periodicals.
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