Sick of the cite of this thing.
October 18, 2012 11:02 AM Subscribe
How do I cite a legal case in Microsoft Word?
posted by fearnothing to Computers & Internet (7 answers total)
I've been using MS Word's Source Manager to keep tabs on the sources I'm using. However, I've noticed some shortcomings in the categories it has under 'Types of Source'; in this instance, for legal cases.
The 'Case' category seems to be aimed at some other kind of case, as it calls for a 'Reporter' field to be filled. I know I can just manually type it out, but in later tasks I'm going to have to cite quite a lot more and that's going to get complicated very quickly.
So if for example I have the case Marc Rich & Co AG and others v Bishop Rock Marine Co. and others (1995) 3 All ER 307, how do I cram that into Word's Source Manager so that I can do the citation AND bibliography properly?
Word 2007 by the way.