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Bluebook is a uniform system of citation that is published by the Harvard Law Review and other leading law reviews and sets forth abbreviations and rules of citation for legal materials.

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Print style guides

The Bluebook : a uniform system of citation.
Edition: 18th ed.
Publication Info.: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard Law Review Association, c1991-
Call Number: KF245 .B58

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