ALWD Guide to Legal Citation, 5th Ed. Errata

Corrections for Second Printing of ALWD Guide to Legal Citation (5th ed.)

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Rule 2.2(e). In third example, the paragraph numbers should be “¶¶ 502-04.”

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Rule 6.3(b). In the title, the text, and the incorrect example, the phrase “et seq.” should be in roman type, not in italics.

Rule 6.3(c). First sentence should insert the word “consecutive” between “multiple” and “subsections.”

55

Rule 11.5(b), Example. Both references to “U.C.L.A.” should be changed to “UCLA.”

62

Rule 12.2(a)(2)(FN), second paragraph, second line: Add suffix(FN) to change to Rule 12.19(g)(FN)

64

First paragraph should change its two references to “Appendix 3” to “Appendix 3(E).”

79

Rule 12.4(c). First paragraph, second sentence: Following the parenthetical reference (Appendix 2), add the clause “, or when citing a case not yet available in a print reporter (Rule 12.12).”

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Top of page, Examples, People v. Sargent citation, second line: Delete comma following 840

87

Rule 12.8(c), Examples (middle of page): First example, Saregama India citation, second line:

Insert space between 1284 and opening parenthesis; also insert space between Cir. and 2011

Rule 12.8(d), Examples (bottom of page): First example, Macias citation, second line: Insert space between rev’d and sub

89

Rule 12.8(g): To end of paragraph, add sentence: “For parentheticals relating to non-majority opinions or the weight of authority, see Rule 12.10.”

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Rule 12.13(a), text, last line of paragraph, and example beneath, Scarborough citation: In each, change abbreviation “Fed. App’x” to “F. App’x”

104

Rule 13.2(b): Following sentence about state constitution, insert following sentence: “Use commas to separate multiple subdivisions within the same article, section, or amendment.”

107

Fast Formats: In example for “Statute in commercial database,” change “Ch.” to “ch.”

114

Partial paragraph at top of page: Change parenthetical reference from “(Rule 14.2(g))” to “(Rule 14.2(f)(2)).”

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Rule 14.4(a): In Rule list corresponding to “Section symbols and section numbers,” change to “6.1, 14.2(d).”

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Rule 18.1(b), Examples: In first example, change “ch.^1^” to “ch.^I^” (the carets indicating red triangles).

189

Rule 19.1(a), template: Insert comma immediately after “Title” and preceding vertical line

190

Example, top of page, third line: Add comma immediately after “Leone” and preceding ▲

212

Snapshot: In second callout on right, delete one of the two instances of “Rule.”

250

Rule 24.3, the parenthetical reference “(e.g., Rule 23 for periodicals)” should be changed to “(e.g., Rule 21 for periodicals).”

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Example, top of page, template: Delete comma following “Montgomery”

353

Rule 40.3(d): Delete Example: The First Amendment begins, “Congress shall make no law . . .”

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Appendix 1(A), Federal Primary Sources table: In Reporter/Abbreviation/Dates segment for United States Circuit Court of Appeals, change Federal Appendix abbreviation “Fed.▲App’x” to “F.▲App’x”

399

Appendix 1(B), Missouri table, Statutory compilations group: For Vernon’s Annotated Missouri Statutes, replace existing abbreviation with

“Mo.▲Ann.▲Stat.▲§▲section number (West Year).”

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Appendix 1(B), New Jersey, Court system and reporters, New Jersey Superior Court group, third line: For New Jersey Superior Court Law Division abbreviation in parentheses, change “L.” to “Law,” i.e. (N.J.▲Super.▲Ct.LawDiv.)

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Appendix 3(B), introductory paragraph; replace existing text with the following paragraph: “Use these abbreviations for non-governmental geographical references in party names and court names in case citations (Rules 12.2(i), 12.6); for institutional authors of books (Rule 20.1(b)(3)); and for treaty citations (Rule 19.1). Do not abbreviate for case name when any of these governments is a party (Rule 12.2(g), (h), (j).”

 

To list “Major United States Cities,” add “Kansas City” and its abbreviation “Kan. City” and “Oklahoma City” and its abbreviation “Okla. City.”

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Index entry “Et seq.” should be changed to roman “Et seq.”