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Chapter 19. Generating Tables, Indexes, ... > Creating a Table of Authorities or a...

Creating a Table of Authorities or a Bibliography

A table of authorities is like a table of contents for a legal document. It lists the authorities, which are the legal references to other cases, statutes, rules, citations, regulations, amendments, and so on, that appear in the brief. You can use the Table of Authorities feature to create a bibliography for any document that requires the identification of sources.

A table of authorities (or bibliography) can be divided into sections to separate the different sources. For example, a typical table of authorities might be divided into sections for cases, statutes, and regulations. A bibliography might have sections for newspaper articles, journal articles, and books.


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