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Answered By: Esther Balevi
Last Updated: Aug 02, 2017 Views: 77
Legal Citation Guides can be found in our Law Subject Guide under the Legal Citations and Research Guides tab.
Because of the complexity of legal citations, MLA and APA follow a legal citation style guide for citing sources such as legislation and case law. Legal citations in a Works Cited list or References list will look significantly different that other cited material.
Seneca Libraries recommends following the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation for citing legal resources. In-text citations should still follow the standard APA and/or MLA format.
You can find out more about citing legal resources in MLA or APA by going to the MLA online guide or the APA online guide.
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