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Keyword searching can be easier than negotiating the TOC and so on, though I agree you get used to it. The search function isn't that great, it's very spotty, but it's much easier to navigate by click and have multiple windows open than have to physically flip through the Bluebook.
Thanks Commonly tested (not exhaustive): T6 & T10 - case name and geographic abbrev. I dunno about you guys but the bluebook is the most confusing piece of book i have ever read.
Many of the townspeople became wealthy and built impressive mansions for their families, most of which still stand.
(Uh, the mansions that is…) Chestertown was eventually eclipsed by the port of Baltimore, and today it's a sleepy-but-historic village that relies heavily on tourism, boating, and Washington College.
I dunno about you guys but the bluebook is the most confusing piece of book i have ever read.
You would think after 19 editions, the ppl at harvard would think of something better.