Lincoln Law School has a number of resources available to help you with your legal citation searches.
Check out our How to Read a Legal Citation Guide in addition to the titles in our library:
- Prince, Bieber’s Dictionary of Legal Abbreviations: A Reference Guide for Attorneys, Legal Secretaries, Paralegals, and Law Students, 5th ed. KF156 .B46 2001 Library Aisle 4
- Bieber, Dictionary of Legal Abbreviations used in American Law Books. 2nd ed. KF156 .B46 1985 Library Aisle 4
- Teply, Legal Citations in a Nutshell, KF245 .T46 2008 Reserve Room
- ALWD Citation Manual : A Professional System of Citation, KF245 .A45 2000 Reserve Room
Additional online resources
The University of Washington School of Law’s Gallagher Law Library has a fantastic resource for searching legal citations.
The website includes an A to Z listing of acronyms & abbreviations used in legal citations. While the main focus of the site is Washington State legal resources, there are plenty of federal and individual state resources as well.
For other web-based acronym guides, see
- Acronym Finder
- Indiana University, Abbreviations and Acronyms of the U.S. Government
- Bluebook Abbreviations of Law Review Titles
- Finding Guide for Federal Tax Materials
- In-the-Trenches Guide to Legal Abbreviations (Law Library News Jan. 28, 2002)
- U.S. Government Manual, Appendix A: Commonly Used Acronyms and Abbreviations. Browse the latest edition and scroll to Appendix A.
- Duke University, Perkins Library, U.S. government agency Acronyms Index
- Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations for UK, foreign, and international sources
- LaTrobe University Library, Legal Abbreviations Search for US, UK, and Australian sources