Changes in the New Edition of the Bluebook
August 17, 2010 at 5:36 PM
The 19th edition of the Bluebook was released this year. You may be wondering if it has really changed, if you can still use the old edition, if you really need to spend $35 for a new edition. If you don't want to pay for a new Bluebook, the Heafey Law Library has several copies on reserve in the Reserve room by the Circulation Desk. If you want to know exactly what the changes are from the previous edition of the Bluebook, Pace Law Library has put together a chart describing which rules have changed and how. You can find a link to this chart on their library's blog.