Covers citation forms for federal, state, regional, and local documents as well as those of some international bodies, such as the United Nations (UN), League of Nations, Organization of American States (OAS), and the European Communities. Includes citation rules for physical and virtual electronic formats.
Presents a guide for lawyers for constructing citations, covering the format of citations from a variety of legal sources, including court cases, statutes, books, periodicals, electronic media, and international documents. (Summary from Amazon.com)
The Columbia Guide to Online Style is the standard resource for citing electronic and electronically accessed sources. It is also a critical style guide for creating documents electronically for submission for print or electronic publication. Updated and expanded, this guide now explains how to cite technologies such as Web logs and pod casts; provides more guidance on translating the elements of Columbia Online Style (COS) citations for use with existing print-based formats (such as MLA, APA, and Chicago). See catalog entry for more information. *See p. 86 for help in citing Government web sites. Available as a print or ebook.
This ebook "documents the many respects in which contemporary legal writing, very often following guidelines set out in court rules or local style guides, diverges from the citation formats specified by those academically produced and focused reference works." The author provides links to additional resources and video tutorials as well.
"Welcome to The Indigo Book—a free, Creative Commons-dedicated implementation of The Bluebook’s Uniform System of Citation. The Indigo Book was compiled by a team of students at the New York University School of Law, working under the direction of Professor Christopher Jon Sprigman.
This leaflet from the National Archives of the United States shows you how to properly cite archive material from the National Archives and Records Administration, including textual, nontextual, microform, electronic, and digitized records. Leaflet 17, revised 2010.
This guide includes examples of each type of government citation outlined in the 1993 edition of Garner and Cheney's The Complete Guide to Citing Government Documents: A Manual for Writers & Librarians.
This guide from ProQuest Congressional provides information on citing government information found in its databases, specifically congressional and legislative documents. However, WSU does not subscribe to this database. This is just a helpful resource.
The formats and examples in this guide are based upon the guides referenced in “Cartographic Citations” by the same compiler, as well as on the principles adhered to by the Bibliographic Control Committee. Of most use, of course, was Cartographic Citations: A Style Guide by Christine Kollen, Wangyal Shawa and Mary Larsgaard, 2d ed., issued in 2010.