Apps for Law Students – The Bluebook Citation Guide

As much as law students love to carry around 5 or 6 tomes of law school text with them all the time, one can now be dropped from the pile. The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation, is now available as a mobile app. The rulebook app provides easy reference to federal and state court rules, codes and style manuals. You can highlight, bookmark and take-notes with the app, just as you would with the actual book.

The app is available for sale on all Apple IOS devices (iPhone, iPad, etc) at http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/rulebook/id454619081?mi=8.

Starting on August 22nd, the Federal Rules of Appellate, Procedure, Bankruptcy Procedure, Civil Procedure, Criminal Procedure and Evidence may be downloaded to the rulebook at no extra charge.

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One Response to Apps for Law Students – The Bluebook Citation Guide

  1. Greg Hoole says:

    The federal court rules will actually be free only on the 22nd, not starting on the 22nd.

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