Magazines, Newspapers, Etc. - Gallagher Law Library

Report
Bluebook 101:
Magazines, Newspapers, Etc.
R. 16, R. 18
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Typeface Conventions
• Law review style uses LARGE AND SMALL CAPS for
some publications (but some journals use
Ordinary Roman).
• This guide shows law review style. To convert
to practitioner’s style, use ordinary roman
typeface for periodical titles. Italicize or
underline article titles (consistently).
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Magazines: Examples
• Ronald Grover, Paramount &
Dreamworks: Splitsville?, BUS. WK.,
July 30, 2007, at 28.
• Michael Specter, Damn Spam, NEW
YORKER, Aug. 6, 2007, at 36, 36.
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Magazines
• Author’s name (if there is one),
• Title of article (italicized or underlined),
• Title of journal (small caps or Roman),
– Abbreviated using T.13
• Date (abbrev. Month using T.12),
• At page
» EXAMPLES ASSUME MAGAZINE IS NOT
CONSECUTIVELY PAGINATED (R. 16.5)
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Newspapers: Examples
• Brad Stone, Despite Slowdown in Auction
Business, eBay Posts a Strong Quarter,
N.Y. TIMES, Oct. 18, 2007, at C4.
• Surfer's Epiphany That Sparked Amazon's
E-Commerce Empire, DAILY TELEGRAPH
(London), Aug. 13, 2007, at 4.
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Newspapers
• Author’s name (if there is one),
• Title of article (italicized or underlined),
• Name of paper (small caps or Roman),
– Abbreviated using T.13
– Add city if not clear from name (R. 16.5(b))
• Date (including month and day, if given),
• At page (include section if needed to
distinguish, e.g., p. B1 from p. C1)
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Newspaper Editorials: Add “Editorial,” “OpEd,” or “Letter to the Editor” before title
• Jim Wooten, Editorial, Justice Thomas Landed
the Right Job for Himself -- and America,
ATLANTA J.-CONST., Oct. 21, 2007, at 7B.
• Pasquale Varrasso Shaler, Letter to the Editor,
This Beer Measure Would Hurt Many
Businesses, PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE Oct. 9,
2007, at B-6.
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Pinpoint Cites
• For a magazine article, give first page of article
and page of quotation (even if it’s the same):
– . . . at 24, 27.
– . . . at 7, 7.
• For a newspaper article, never mind what
page it’s continued on. R. 16.6(a)(iii).
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Parallel Citations to LN and WL
“To increase ease of access to the
source, it is permissible to
include a parallel citation to a
commercial electronic database
using ‘available at.’” R. 18.3.4
(emphasis added)
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Parallel Citations: Examples
• Floyd Norris, Andersen Told To Split Audits and
Consulting, N.Y. TIMES, Mar. 12, 2002, at C1,
available at LEXIS, The New York Times File.
• Waveney Ann Moore, Societal Healers Line Up
for Bush Buffet of Grants, ST. PETERSBURG TIMES,
Aug. 7, 2002, at 12, available at 2002 WL
24118630
» Examples from Harv. L. Rev.
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Do You Have to Give Parallel Citations?
No. In 2006, the Harvard Law Review
cited the New York Times in 68
articles and mentioned that it was
available online exactly . . .
once.
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Service Only Online: Examples
• Randall Terry, Founder of Operation Rescue,
Launches Plan To Oppose "Homosexual
Marriage': Stop "Gay Marriage,' Impeach the
Twisted Six, U.S. NEWSWIRE, July 31, 2003,
available at 2003 WL 55660839.
• Virginians Favor Settling VMI Case in Court,
Not in General Assembly, U.S. NEWSWIRE, Jan.
15, 1991, available in LEXIS, Nexis Library, US
File.
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Movies, TV (R. 18.5)
• LEGALLY BLONDE (Marc Platt Productions 2001)
– Title in small caps
• Law & Order: Tabula Rasa (NBC television
broadcast Apr. 21, 1999)
(Movie title looks like book title; TV title looks
like article title.)
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