Law Library Journal
Journal articles from most academic disciplines have long shown high rates of citation errors. American law reviews, with their careful cite-checking, are a rare exception to the overall rule. Incorrect citations are especially costly and problematic for interlibrary loan librarians. This article offers practical suggestions to address the problem.
Scott Dewey & David Zopfi-Jordan, Mitigating Citation Errors in the Interlibrary Loan System, 115 Law Library Journal 407 (2023)