When creating legal references in APA Style, most legal materials are cited using the standard legal citation style found in the Bluebook, 20th edition. Legal materials include federal and state statutes, court decisions and court cases, executive orders, legislative materials, federal hearings and testimony, federal regulations, patents, constitutions and charters, treaties, and international conventions. Request Reserve materials as the main circulation desk on the first floor of the Library. When citing legal sources, APA Style follows the standard legal citation style used across all disciplines.
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A "hanging indent" means that each subsequent line after the first line of your citation should be indented by 0. It is acceptable for hyperlinks to be blue and underlined live or black without underlining. Do not put a period after DOIs or hyperlinks. Photo from Flickr under Creative Commons license, created by the.