Interactive Citation Workbook for ALWD Guide to Legal Citation
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Nearly 140 Legal Research and Writing programs already rely on the Interactive Citation Workbook (ICW) to provide a self-paced, pedagogically sound, and mentally stimulating way for students to learn citation. Available in both Bluebook and ALWD versions, the annually revised ICW uses a building-block approach to learning citation. Individual chapters include explanatory text with examples, a checklist summary of the text, and a citation exercise for practicing and reinforcing the rules covered in the chapter.
Students can complete a citation exercise either in their ICW Workbook or in the newly updated and enhanced online Workstation, accessible via Lexis Advance. Doing the exercises online provides immediate feedback for both correct and incorrect answers. For incorrect answers, references to the citation rules needed to correct the answer allow students to become familiar with using their citation guide as a reference and further enhance the learning experience. Please contact your LexisNexis Publishing Representative to request copies of our new student and faculty user guides for the online Workstation.
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The 2021 Edition ISBN is 9781663300614.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 - Case Names
Chapter 2 - Case Location
Chapter 3 - Court & Date
Chapter 4 - Parallel Citations
Chapter 5 - Short Forms (Cases)
Chapter 6 - Federal Statutes
Chapter 7 - State Statutes
Chapter 8 - Short Forms (Statutes)
Chapter 9 - Comprehensive Core Exercise
Chapter 10 - Prior & Subsequent Case History
Chapter 11 - Secondary Sources
Chapter 12 - Parentheticals
Chapter 13 - Signals
Chapter 14 - Legislative & Administrative Resources
Chapter 15 - When Do I Cite?
Chapter 16 - Court Documents: Trial & Appellate
Chapter 17 - Law Review Footnotes