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The University of Chicago Manual of Legal Citation by The University of Chicago Law Review
Publication Date: Online
Edited and produced by The University of Chicago Law Review, the citator commonly is referred to as the "Maroonbook." It was created to simplify legal citation formatting based on four principles: sufficiency, clarity, consistency and simplicity.
Supreme Court Style Guide
The Supreme Court's Style Guide by Offi Supreme Court of the United States; Jack Metzler (Editor)
Publication Date: 2016-03-10
More than the Supreme Court's Bluebook. The Supreme Court's Style Guide contains the style preferences of the Supreme Court, used by its Reporter of Decisions when preparing the Court's official opinions and the published United States Reports. This guide has never before been made available to the public. Essential for any judge, court, or attorney, the Supreme Court's Style Guide is destined to become the authority in legal style.
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