How do you Bluebook cite a district court case?
United States District Courts
- Name of the case (underlined or italicized and abbreviated according to Rule 10.2)
- Volume of the Federal Supplement.
- Reporter abbreviation (“F. Supp.” or “F. Supp. 2d”)
- First page of the case.
- Name of the court (abbreviated according to Rule 10.4)
- Year the case was decided.
How do I get a DC Bluebook code?
D.C. Code: Cite the District of Columbia Code as follows: D.C. Code § 11-xxx (20xx Repl.). D.C. Code § 2-xxx (20xx Supp.). If in the current pocket part, cite as: (20xx Supp.)
Is there a Bluebook citation book for Law School?
Keyed to The Bluebook (21st edition, 2020) and one of the required texts for GW Law’s Fundamentals of Lawyering class, this free online book (in PDF) is “designed to help first-year law students master the fundamental Bluebook citation rules that will be needed in legal research and writing courses and in legal practice.
What does DDC stand for in legal terms?
D.C.= District of Columbia Reports. D.C. Cir.= U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit. D.C. Code= District of Columbia Official Code: Containing the Laws, General and Permanent in their Nature, Relating to or in Force in the District of Columbia. (Published by LexisNexis.)
What is the abbreviation for District of Columbia?
D.C. = District of Columbia Reports D.C. Cir. = U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit D.C. Code = District of Columbia Official Code: Containing the Laws, General and Permanent in their Nature, Relating to or in Force in the District of Columbia
What does US District Court stand for?
United States District Courts Court Abbreviations Middle District of Alabama M.D. Ala. Northern District of Alabama N.D. Ala. Southern District of Alabama S.D. Ala. District of Alaska D. Alaska