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“Ted Tjaden noted on Slaw earlier this year that the Bluebook is available online, and that Canadian companies should do the same.”
“The problem with the Bluebook is that it has a reasonably good system in its “Practitioners Notes,” and then goes on to outline an absurdly detailed system * just for law journals.”
“The problem with the Bluebook is that the people who are writing it — Ivy League law students — have no understanding of their target audience — practicing lawyers and judges.”
“Most of the complexity in the Bluebook comes from a perceived need to be comprehensive about rare things.”
“The Bluebook is complex primarily because it identifies how to cite many different types of sources.”
“The first few rules set out basic source-ordering conventions, while the rest of the Bluebook is expansive because of the sheer volume of potential sources cited in law journals.”
“But perhaps the newfound respect for the VC evident in the most recent Bluebook is an early sign of citation system change we can believe in.”
“Today’s Bluebook is oriented toward Generation X and beyond.”
“It sounds as if the Bluebook is reinforcing the misguided idea that if you just look long enough over enough pages, you’ll find the rule you need for your facts and you can quote it exactly without having to understand it.”
“I am very happy to learn from Senior Conspirator Eugene Volokh that the editors of the Bluebook are apparently regular readers of the VC.”
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