citations, legal style, stylish citations
Can legal citations be stylish? Is that even a thing? Yes, and this Article explains why and how. The usual approach to writing citations is as a separate, inferior part of the writing process, a perfunctory task that satisfies a convention but is not worth the attention that stylish writers spend on the “real” words in their documents. This Article argues that the usual approach is wrong. Instead, legal writers should strive to write stylish legal citations—citations that are fully integrated with the prose to convey information in a readable way to a legal audience.
Alexa Z. Chew,
Stylish Legal Citation,
71 Ark. L. Rev.
Available at: https://scholarworks.uark.edu/alr/vol71/iss4/1