Citations for books

Other jurisdictions, especially the Australians and New Zealand, but also the United States, do not present or are increasingly abandoning redundant punctuation. What used to be 123 F. (3d) 123 is now 123 F3 123 . All of this is driven by the Internet and the exigencies of computer search: search engines strip away redundant punctuation so legal citations are under tremendous pressure to deliver computer-friendly legal citations. This is a welcome development as legal citations have been, historically, driven by commercial law report companies who have proposed legal citations as trademarks and not necessarily as user-friendly research tools. 

Citations for books

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