How do you cite a judge in a case?


How do you cite a judge in a case?

When referring to a judge in a case use the judge’s surname followed by the abbreviation for their judicial office. Examples: Lord Smith SCJ for ‘Supreme court Justice Lord Smith’, a Supreme Court judge.

How do you cite a section in Act Bluebook?

a) U.S. Law Official name of act, U.S.C. title number Abbreviation of Code cited, sections symbols and span of sections containing statute (Date of Code edition cited).

How do you cite public law?

For each citation, include:

  1. Public law number (P.L.) and title, if provided.
  2. Statutes at Large (Stat.) volume and page, date, and enacted bill number, if known.
  3. Database name (Text from: United States Public Laws)
  4. Web service name (Available from: LexisNexis® Congressional)
  5. Date accessed by the user (Accessed: date)

How do you cite a statute at large?

A Statutes at Large citation refer to the volume of Statutes at Large in which the law was published, and the page on which it starts. For example, a law with a Statutes at Large citation of 107 Stat. 25 begins on page 25 of volume 107. A United States Code citation includes a title number and section number.

How do you cite a Congressional law?

Citing a Federal Bill Include the bill title (if relevant), the abbreviated name of the house (H.R. or S.) and number of the bill, the number of the Congress, and the year of publication. When the URL is available, include it at the end of the reference list entry.

How do you cite a Senate bill?

Include the number of the bill (use A.B. for an Assembly bill or S.B. for a Senate bill), number of the legislative body, number or designation of the legislative session (using appropriate abbreviation if applicable), state abbreviation and year of publication.

How do you cite a Congressional Record in APA?

Citing Congressional Record (Permanent Edition)

  1. Title – Use the section header from the PDF replica of the original (e.g., Statements on Introduced Bills and Joint Resolutions)
  2. Congressional Record volume number (e.g., 141)
  3. Publication name ( Congressional Record )
  4. Page (e.g., 11288)
  5. Year (e.g., 1995.

How do you reference a government document in APA 7?

Government Document In Print Name of Government Department, Agency or Committee. (Year of Publication). Title of document: Subtitle if given (edition if given and is not first edition). Publisher Name.

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