Are you looking for guidance on how to create a citation or a video practice tutorial on Bluebook citations?   Listed below are books, tutorials and research guides on Bluebooking.  Remember, you can also come to the Reference Desk for help with a Bluebook citation.

Online Tutorials

Lexis+ - Lexis+ offers an Internactive Citation Workstation - locate this tool on Lexis+ on the right-hand side of the screen, listed under tools or select the menu box next to the Lexis+ logo. 

Harvard's Law Library has created several tutorials for 1L students, here is there tutorial on Bluebooking, Harvard's  Bluebook TrainingTutorials 

Georgetown Law Library has an excellent Research Guide collection as well as tutorials, here is a tutorial on Statutory Citations, Statutory Citations - Bluebook Tutorial

Library Research Guides

If you are searching for a book on how to create citations, the Law Library has several books available at the circulation desk as well as several copies of the Bluebook.  For a quick browse of books available at the Law Library and for Bluebooking tips, check out the Law Library's, Citation Guide: Interpreting, Managing & Creating Bluebook Legal Cites : Citation & Writing Styles

Submitted by Jenny Zook, Reference Librarian on October 19, 2022

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