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Guide to Legal Writing and Style   Tags: bluebooking, citation, legal_writing  

Guide to print and online resources for legal writing
Last Updated: Jul 28, 2014 URL: http://libraryguides.law.pace.edu/legalwriting Print Guide RSS Updates

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Introduction

This guide gathers resources for legal writing, and includes books and links to helpful websites.  There is information about Bluebooking and avoiding plagiarism as well.

Court Documents on Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg Law

Use the court documents available on Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg Law as examples when you are writing a brief or motion. Both Westlaw and Lexis include a tab for documents filed in a case with the opinion. Bloomberg Law includes the docket for some cases under related documents on the right. Some court documents are available via the docket in Bloomberg Law.

  • Westlaw Trial Court Documents
    Selected, motions, trial court memoranda, trial pleadings and other civil trial filings from selected state trial courts, United States District Courts and United States Bankruptcy Courts.
  • Lexis Supreme Court Briefs
    Database of U.S. Supreme Court briefs, includes coverage back to 1936.

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Avoiding Plagiarism

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