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  A GUIDE TO THE BLUEBOOK  Prof. DavlantesLP-IWeek 4   Navigating the Bluebook  ãQuick References (at front and back)ãPractitioner’s Notes (blue pages in front)ãRules (white pages in middle)ãTables and Abbreviations (blue pages in  back)ãIndex (white pages in back)  You Must Cite to Supporting Authority When: ãYou make an assertion about the lawãYou quote directly from a legal sourceãYou paraphrase from a legal source  Citation of American Case Law ã Federal cases : The Supreme Court of the United States is the only federal court to officially report its cases. This reporter is the United States Reports (U.S.)ãThe Bluebookrequires citation only to the official reportãSupreme Court Opinions are also published in three unofficial reporters: 1.Supreme Court Reporter (S. Ct.)2.Lawyer’s Edition (L. Ed.)Lawyer’s Edition, Second Series (L. Ed. 2d)3.United States Law Week (U.S.L.W.)
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