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Law Footnote Showdown
Bryan A. Garner 12 Nov 15
Only if you're citing in text! But the further answer is that a full citation repeatedly used looks amateurish.
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Jason P. Steed 9 Nov 15
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Brendan M. Kenny 9 Nov 15
: Citations be in footnotes? Pro Con (cc )
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Judge Don Willett 9 Nov 15
Unsure why I'm listed as a con. I've long been with fellow clutter critic on .
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The Florida Bar 9 Nov 15
Any Florida Bar members or Sunshine State justices want to weigh in? Poll up now ...
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The Florida Bar 9 Nov 15
Here's one take from a tweeting Justice .
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Judge Stephen Dillard 9 Nov 15
For the record, I am a fan of footnotes. Like , I favor citations in footnotes. Unlike BAG, I also favor substantive footnotes.
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Supreme Court Places 9 Nov 15
I'm with Scalia and no less than the Reporter of Decisions, who I assure you is against the footnote style.
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Alix Devendra 9 Nov 15
Replying to @KennyBrendan
I'm team footnote! Check out my recent post on the topic:
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Jason P. Steed 10 Nov 15
Just a reminder that if you practice in TX, 5th Circuit, or the answer is "no."
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Jennifer Romig 10 Nov 15
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Megan E. Boyd 10 Nov 15
Wow that's a close vote!
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Brendan M. Kenny 10 Nov 15
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Brendan M. Kenny 18 Nov 15
Another vote against citations in footnotes.
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