Contents 1 Templates 2 General considerations 3 Article titles 3.1 In Australia 3.2 In Canada 3.3 In New Zealand 3.4 In the United Kingdom 3.5 In the United States 4 Article content 4.1 Broad areas of law 4.2 Writing about particular cases 4.3 Writing about particular concepts 5 Formatting 5.1 Names of judges 6 Citations and referencing 6.1 Referencing style 6.2 Citing legal materials 6.3 Guidelines 6.4 Templates 7 External links


Templates[edit] Citation templates To cite a simple court case the first time, use template {{Cite court}} To create Bluebook-style citations: For citations to cases, use {{Cite court}} For citations to journals, use {{Bluebook journal}} For citations to websites, use {{Bluebook website}} WikiProject templates Use the WikiProject Law template Stub templates Use the {{law-stub}} template for law related stubs Navigation templates {{ContractLaw}} {{TortLaw}} {{PropertyLaw}} {{CrimLaw}} {{EvidenceLaw}} Talk page templates {{Bluebook}}


General considerations[edit] In articles with topics that cover multiple jurisdictions, such as multiple states or multiple countries, aim to provide a general overview for all jurisdictions. Indicate the legal system if the article topic is fully within that system, e.g., civil law, sharia law, common law, customary law. Within a given legal system, the law may have evolved in divergent ways. Because the law differs between jurisdictions, make clear what jurisdiction you are writing about. Try to incorporate a comparative perspective, if possible and appropriate. Use separate section headers when providing specifics as to a jurisdiction or system. Use plain language, understandable to the widest possible audience. Consider Wikibooks if you want to write a textbook. Provide some depth and detail worthy of an encyclopedia For Latin words and phrases, consider one of the following: Use {{lang}}: {{lang|la|Nolo contendere}}. This results in Nolo contendere. Include a wiki-link: Nolo contendere.


Article titles[edit] Article titles All naming conventions Category:Wikipedia naming conventions Nature Fauna (animals) Flora (plants) Arts · Entertainment · Media Books Broadcasting Comics Films Manuscripts Music Operas Television Video games Visual arts People Baseball players Clergy Ethnicities Ancient Romans Royalty and nobility Sportspeople Science · Technology · Transport Astronomy Chemistry Medicine Programming languages Aircraft Ships Government · Politics · Law Government and legislation Legal Political parties Organizations Companies Latter Day Saints Sports teams Numbers · Dates Numbers and dates Places · Events Places Events Lists · Categories Categories Lists Long lists Stub sorting Language/country-specific Writing systems All languages All countries Armenian Burmese Chinese German Greek Hebrew Indic Irish Japanese Korean Macedonian Mongolian New Zealand Old Norse Polish Russian Tibetan Ukrainian Vietnamese Formatting Capitalization Definite or indefinite article at beginning of name Plurals Acronyms Technical restrictions v t e Articles on cases should be titled according to the legal citation convention for the jurisdiction that handled the case. In Australia[edit] Australian Guide to Legal Citation format. In Canada[edit] McGill Guide format. In New Zealand[edit] New Zealand Law Style Guide format. In the United Kingdom[edit] OSCOLA format. This would result in (note lack of punctuation): In re D'Jan of London Limited being titled as Re D'Jan of London Ltd; Regina v. Dudley and Stephens being titled as R v Dudley and Stephens; and Siebe Gorman & Co Ltd v Barclays Bank Ltd being titled as shown. Judicial Committee of the Privy Council cases may be titled according to OSCOLA format or the format for the jurisdiction from which the case originated. In the United States[edit] Bluebook format, normally. This would result in (note the punctuation): United States v. Microsoft Corporation being titled as United States v. Microsoft Corp.; Bailey v. Drexel Furniture Co. being titled as shown; and Carter v. Carter Coal Company being titled as Carter v. Carter Coal Co. Don't use abbreviations for "United States", e.g., United States v. Jewell, not U.S. v. Jewell Unless needed for specificity, leave state names out of the title unless needed for specificity, e.g., use State v. Elliott, not State of Vermont v. Raleigh Elliott, et al., and redirect the latter to the former. Ambiguous titles like "People v. Superior Court", or "United States v. Smith", are written with the full name of the state and distinguishing name of individual or entity, or distinguishing year, in parenthesis. If still further clarification is needed, then a comma and the year may be added after the identifying individual name. People v. Superior Court, 41 Cal. 4th 1 (2007) and The People of the State of California v. Superior Court (Romero) and The People of the State of California v. Superior Court (Decker) United States v. Smith (2009) and United States v. Smith (2010). The People of the State of California v. Superior Court (Smith, 2009) and The People of the State of California v. Superior Court (Smith, 2010).


Article content[edit] Broad areas of law[edit] Articles about broad areas of law, such as Tort, should contain an overview of the law as it stands, and its development. Avoid becoming overly technical. Writing about particular cases[edit] Start with a summary why the case is encyclopedic. What is its impact on society, what makes it stand out from all the other cases heard this year? Summary in fairly plain language, for a lay audience, possibly followed by a more detailed introduction. For those who do not read the whole decision, this is sufficient for a start. The legal details, for those who need to better understand the legal issues involved and how the court arrived at its decision. Writing about particular concepts[edit] Provide a framework for the concept. E.g. – Contextualise trespass as a tort. Link to landmark cases which define the concept


Formatting[edit] Legal case names are always italicized (Plessy v. Ferguson). In article text (for citations, see below), the first mention of a case should normally be formatted as A v. B. Cases from some jurisdictions, particularly those within the United Kingdom, use A v B. When referred to a second or third time within a section, cases may be referred to as A, or, if A does not disambiguate (e.g. Rex), B. Names of judges[edit] When referring to the name of a judge or justice that was involved in a case in a judicial capacity, that person should be introduced with the prefix "Judge" or "Justice" before their name. For example, when discussing his opinion in United States v. Carolene Products Co., Harlan F. Stone should be referred to as "Justice Harlan F. Stone."


Citations and referencing[edit] Referencing style[edit] While any citation style may be used in an article (see WP:CITEVAR), for articles on cases, case law, or subjects which use a large amount of case law, it is recommended that editors use the referencing style for the jurisdiction that heard that case or for which that legal subject applies. Australia, consider using the AGLC. Canada, consider using the McGill Guide. Germany, consider using the Author's Instructions of the Neue Juristische Wochenschrift. India, consider using the Standard Indian Legal Citation (SILC). United Kingdom, consider using OSCOLA. United States, consider using Bluebook, ALWD, or an official state system (e.g., the California or New York systems). Citing legal materials[edit] Cite to legal materials (constitutions, statutes, legislative history, administrative regulations, and cases) according to the generally accepted citation style for the relevant jurisdictions. If multiple citation styles are acceptable in a given jurisdiction, any may be used, but be consistent, and consider using the most common. Also consider using the citation style used in secondary sources (such as law reviews or academic journals) rather than the citation style used by a practitioner's legal briefs or a court's decision. Guidelines[edit] The following guidelines will be generally useful in many jurisdictions: In general Where both primary and secondary sources are available, one should cite both. While primary sources are more "accurate", secondary sources provide more context and are easier on the layperson. Where primary and secondary sources conflict factually, the primary source should be given priority. When a case has been published in an official reporter (e.g. the United States Reports), editors should cite the version of the case that appears in the official reporter. Case citations Case names are italicised, as in the Kelly v. Arriba Soft Corp. article. (Case citation or law report information is presented in normal font.) Citation signals When necessary, use the appropriate signal. Be aware that the use of Id., supra, and infra are discouraged, as are internal cross-reference signal to another footnote. This is due to the fact that any reference may be edited or changed, and render the cross-reference signal inaccurate. Templates[edit] See Category:Law citation templates.


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