"Because of the many changes in the way information is accessed from a variety of formats and platforms, the need for universal citation systems is even greater than a decade ago when the last edition was published. This new edition has been made easier to use, to smooth the transition as courts, states, and journals adopt the system. It contains a reprint of 'Universal Citation and AALL: A White Paper', which gives an in-depth treatment of the history of universal citation, and describes how a few of the states have implemented such systems; rules for judicial opinions, constitutions, statutes, administrative decisions and regulations, court rules and law reviews, which have been clarified and standardized, with additional examples to help demonstrate how the rules are applied; and appendices of recommended abbreviations, which have been updated and made easier to navigate"--Publisher.
Revision of the second edition, 2004, issued by the AALL Committee on Citation Formats. Pages 2-28 numbered: 333-357.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Universal citation rules Preface to the 3rd edition Preface to the 2nd edition Acknowledgments to the 1st edition Introduction: Universal citation and the AALL : a white paper Judicial decisions (rules 100-107) Constitutions (rules 200-204) Statues (rules 300-303) Administrative decisions (rules 400-408) Administrative regulations (rules 500-502) Court rules (rules 600-605) Law reviews (rules 700-707).