Answered By: Julie Hunter Last Updated: Jun 30, 2017 Views: 137
"The Bluebook" is a citation style guide that is used when citing research in a legal setting. It is compiled and edited by the Harvard Law Review Association, Columbia Law Review, the University of Pennsylvania Law Review, and the Yale Law Journal.
Does the library have access to a digital copy of The Bluebook?
Unfortunately the library does NOT have a digital copy of The Bluebook. There are physical copies at select library locations. Any student, faculty, or staff may go to one of these locations and use The Bluebook in the library.
If you are unable to go to any of these physical libraries, there are approved internet resources that you may use for reference:
This is the page where you can sign up for free access to The Bluebook's Quick Style Guide. Note: signing up for this does not entitle you to full access to The Bluebook. It only provides access to the Quick Style Guide.
This page provides information on various citation formats including The Bluebook, among others.
This Quick Style Guide provides a quick overview of how to format different types of citations.
The Georgetown Law Library has created this guide to introduce students to The Bluebook and basic concepts of legal citation.
The Citation Machine is a site that will help you create citations using The Bluebook citation format.