NEW BOOK: User’s Guide to The Bluebook®: Revised for the 21st Edition

Citation Standards, New Book, New Edition Breanne Callahan

About the User’s Guide to The Bluebook®


The Bluebook®: A Uniform System of Citation is still the dominant authority on proper legal citation form. Unfortunately, this edition—like its predecessors—is complicated, picky, and long. This Guide is designed to make your task of mastering The Bluebook® as easy and painless as possible. It helps alleviate the obstacles faced by students—and even lawyers—when using proper citation form. This text is designed as a how-to manual and takes a step-by-step approach to learning the basic skills of citation.

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Law of the International Criminal Court, Second Edition

Criminal Law and Procedure, International Law, New Edition Breanne Callahan

  • A leading authority on practice and procedure from one of the experts on the International Criminal Court
  • Offers a clear and in-depth look into the law, procedures, composition, and authority of the ICC
  • Explore the legislative history and the meaning of war crimes and the crime of aggression under recent amendments to the ICC Statute
The Law of the International Criminal Court

About This Title

In 2018, Member States celebrated the 20th anniversary of the Rome Statute. As one of the Korean delegates to the Rome Conference in 1998 that established the International Criminal Court,

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Celebrating Diversity: A Legacy of Minority Leadership in the American Association of Law Libraries, Second Edition

AALL Publications Series, New Book, New Edition Lauren Mattiuzzo

  • Learn about the history of ethnic diversity within AALL and the essential role of minority law librarians in organizations and democratic society
  • Read first-hand about honorees’ journey to law librarianship—new edition includes updates and 23 new honoree profiles!
  • Perfect for future law librarians and all AALL members

About This Title

This new edition of Celebrating Diversity: A Legacy of Minority Leadership in the American Association of Law Libraries builds upon the first edition by providing updated information and new insights into diversity in law librarianship.

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