The Bluebook does
not provide clear guidance on how to cite every authority that law students or
legal practitioners need or wish to use in their papers, memos, and briefs.
Sometimes, researchers will toil in vain looking for a particular rule or
example to cover a less common type of source, only to find that there is no
answer. They have stared into the abyss and the abyss has merely stared back!
So what do you do now?
in the United States is frequently described as a “patchwork” of state and
federal law, as there is currently no comprehensive federal law governing
privacy. A new Privacy
Law Research Guide will help researchers navigate the complexities of
this rapidly-evolving patchwork of laws in our increasingly technology-driven