Monthly Archives: January 2016

Bluebook Trainings Offered This Semester

The training provides an overview of The Bluebook and citation rules.

Specifically:

  • Introduction/structure of The Bluebook;
  • Tabbing The Bluebook;
  • Elements of basic citation form, rules, and exercises;
  • Use of introductory signals and short form;
  • Citations of other sources and the internet; and
  • Reinforce lesson learned through multiple practice exercises.

For the training to be effective, any student participating must bring his or her copy of the Bluebook (19th ed. or 20th ed.) and different colored tabs or something similar. Here’s the link where you can view an example.

Please sign up through the “Bluebook Training” TWEN page.

BB training Spring 2016

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New Year, New Laws

New Year, New Laws, by Sara Randazzo and Max Rust

From coast to coast in 2016, new laws are going into effect regulating everything from where guns can be carried to how children are immunized. More than a dozen states are boosting minimum wages, others are increasing access to the polls, and some are strengthening worker equality laws.

Read the full article here.