Like Judge Richard A. Posner, many of you may view the Bluebook as a “monstrous growth,” one that recalls “Mr. Kurtz’s dying words in Heart of Darkness – “‘The horror! The horror!’” Deciphering whether to put a space between F. and 3d, figuring out when to use signals, and the like have probably puzzled law students and practitioners since the Bluebook’s first edition in 1926.
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