Anglo-American Legal Citation: Historical Development and Library Implications (English, United States of America, Law Library Journal)

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To which legal systems is the resource relevant? England, United States of America
Which topics does the resource address? citation, bibliography, reporter, library, law library
In which languages is the resource available? English
Title of the analysis, commentary, report, or study Anglo-American Legal Citation: Historical Development and Library Implications
Author Byron D. Cooper
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If the content appeared in a periodical, newsletter, journal, or similar publication, insert the name of the publication here Law Library Journal
If the content appeared on a website or blog, insert the name of the website or blog here Maurer School of Law Digital Repository
Volume 75
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First page 3
Last page 33
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Year of publication 1982 CE
URL https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/facpub/1745/?utm source=www.repository.law.indiana.edu%2Ffacpub%2F1745&utm medium=PDF&utm campaign=PDFCoverPages, https://www.repository.law.indiana.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=2747&context=facpub
Does this resource include a glossary, dictionary, or similar reference material? no
Was this resource published in law review or similar academic or professional journal? yes
Is this resource freely available online? yes
Is this resource available as a PDF or other downloadable format? yes
Does this resource include an audio or video presentation? no
Quotation from the resource A citation has three parts: bibliographic description, location designation, and parenthetical information (whether or not it is enclosed within parentheses).
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For a resource online, insert the citation for the quotation here Cooper, Byron D., "Anglo-American Legal Citation: Historical Development and Library Implications," Law Library Journal, Vol. 75 (1982), 3, Articles by Maurer Faculty. Paper 1745, accessed June 15, 2020, https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/acf3/8885f128d751a292d04436f8495b7b3a049f.pdf?_ga=2.207249363.1999695361.1592236127-1183597003.1591028315
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Relevant geographic areas England, United States of America
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Relevant terms and phrases citation, legal citation, bibliography, bibliographic, description, bibliographic description, location, designation, location designation, parenthetical, information, parenthetical information, Anglo-American, historical, development, library, law library, parentheses
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Byron D. Cooper +
England +  and United States of America +
citation +, legal citation +, bibliography +, bibliographic +, description +, bibliographic description +, location +, designation +, location designation +, parenthetical +, information +, parenthetical information +, Anglo-American +, historical +, development +, library +, law library +  and parentheses +
citation +, bibliography +, reporter +, library +  and law library +
England +  and United States of America +
A citation has three parts: bibliographic description, location designation, and parenthetical information (whether or not it is enclosed within parentheses). +
Cooper, Byron D., "Anglo-American Legal CiCooper, Byron D., "Anglo-American Legal Citation: Historical Development and Library Implications," Law Library Journal, Vol. 75 (1982), 3, Articles by Maurer Faculty. Paper 1745, accessed June 15, 2020, https://pdfs.semanticscholar.org/acf3/8885f128d751a292d04436f8495b7b3a049f.pdf?_ga=2.207249363.1999695361.1592236127-1183597003.1591028315999695361.1592236127-1183597003.1591028315 +
Anglo-American Legal Citation: Historical Development and Library Implications +
Maurer School of Law Digital Repository +