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Bluebook Relays 2011

First-year law students competed in the annual Bluebook Relays on Oct. 28, 2011. The competition, sponsored by the Lawrence law firm of Barber Emerson, tests legal research skills learned in the lawyering program. Working in teams, students locate references in the library and write the citation in correct Bluebook format. The point system rewards speed, accuracy and citation skills. Back to Galleries

 

 


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