After selecting a paper topic, use this guide to find: videos and books on academic legal writing; overviews of topics in international law and international human rights law encyclopedias; scholarly legal articles; international law books; treaties; United Nations documents; jurisprudence; and other sources.
When source-checking an author's article for a BLS scholarly journal, use this guide box: How Do I Leverage BLS Library's SARA Catalog?
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There are COLOR PRINTERS in third-floor computer lab (Room 337 of BLS Library) + in cellar computer lab (student computer area near Main Collection in cellar level of BLS Library)
There are printing release stations in third-floor computer lab (Room 337 of BLS Library) + at copier/scanner/printer station (1st floor of BLS Library) + in cellar computer lab (student computer area near Main Collection in cellar level of BLS Library)
There are copiers/scanners at: copier/scanner/printer station (1st floor of BLS Library)
This LibGuide was last substantively updated:
On: Aug. 9, 2023
At: 10:46 AM
By: Jean Davis
Suggestion for students: Acquire The Bluebook Online - Includes Blue Tips, in which editors respond to questions about legal citation, and Bluebook Updates.
Publicly-accessible part of The Bluebook:
Table 2: Foreign Jurisdictions - Provides citation format/recommends sources for non-U.S. legal materials.
Additional Guide for Writers, Editors & Publishers:
BLS students have access to The Chicago Manual of Style Online. In the SARA catalog record, click: ACCESS ONLINE VERSION - U CHICAGO PRESS. Remote access requires implementation of the BLS proxy server instructions for 1 web browser.
Sources on Scholarly Legal Writing: