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Florida Style Manual

Florida Style Manual

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Published by Bob Hurt
Florida State University Law Review published this nifty 64-page manual. It targets law professionals, to guide them in uniformly citing statutes, rules, laws, judicial rulings, law journals, newspapers, in their documents. It encourages compliance with two style standards in Florida and throughout the USA:

1. Rule 9.800, Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure, and
2. The Bluebook, A Uniform System of Citation (16th Edition).

Excellent resource for legal writers, law students, scholars.
Florida State University Law Review published this nifty 64-page manual. It targets law professionals, to guide them in uniformly citing statutes, rules, laws, judicial rulings, law journals, newspapers, in their documents. It encourages compliance with two style standards in Florida and throughout the USA:

1. Rule 9.800, Florida Rules of Appellate Procedure, and
2. The Bluebook, A Uniform System of Citation (16th Edition).

Excellent resource for legal writers, law students, scholars.

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Published by: Bob Hurt on Jan 10, 2009
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11/17/2011

Textual references to committee substitutes that include the bill’s number
should be spelled out and capitalized. If the textual discussion does not in-
clude the bill’s number, do not capitalize the phrase “committee substitute.”

Committee Substitute for House Bill 145 had become a vehicle for

House Bill 1378.

The committee substitute addressed the concerns of key legislators.

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