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Rule 1.5(b) 10.4(b) 10.6.1(c) 10.8.3 13.4(d) 14 16.6 18.2.1(a) 18.2.2(b) 18.2.2(a) 15.1(d) 18.2.2(c) Change Comprehensive guidance on order of multiple parentheticals in a single citation Allows for omission of jurisdiction and court abbreviation of state courts if unambiguously conveyed by reporter title Citation of seriatim opinions of early Supreme Court opinions Citation to audio recordings of court proceedings Citations formats for CRS and GAO reports Administrative agency materials rule revised and shortened. Information moved to table T1.2. Citations to wire services Allows citation to official, authenticated, or exact Internet copies of cited materials. This is also reflected in rules 10, 12, 15, 16, and 17. Citation to webpage titles of main pages and subheadings expanded. If there is no apparent author of Internet material—omit author information from citation unless there is a clear institutional author of the domain. Abbreviate institutional authors of Internet sources Citations to Internet sources should be dated as they appear on the Internet site, using only dates that refer clearly to the material cited. Use last visited parenthetical if material is undated. For blogs and frequently updated websites, include timestamps whenever possible. Allows use of timestamps in citations to audio recordings. Allows use of timestamps in citations to video recordings. Citing podcasts and online recordings Rule for citing foreign materials expanded and includes more comprehensive examples. Improved citations to UN materials Citations to International Criminal Court Subdivided into T1.1 (federal judicial and legislative materials); T1.2 (federal administrative and executive materials); T1.3 (states and DC); T1.4 (other U.S. jurisdictions) Organizational and substantive improvements; 7 countries added—Belgium, Chile, Colombia, Egypt, Iraq, Pakistan, and South Korea.
18.2.2(c) 18.6 18.7 18.7.3 20 21 21 T1
Compiled by Cynthia Pittson, Pace Law Library, 5/20/2010