The APA style of citing legal materials in the References list and in-text is based on The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation (16th ed.). (1996). Cambridge, MA: Harvard Law Review Association.
A good guide to legal citations by Dr. Peter W. Martin can be found on the Cornell Law Library website, Introduction to Basic Legal Citation The Purdue University Online Writing Lab (OWL) recommends this site.
NoodleTools is a citation composer that the library subscribes to. It will create accurate APA style citations for both legal documents and other sources, such as law journals, books, and websites.
It will generate citations based on The Bluebook for the following legal resources:
NoodleTools can be accesssed from the left menu of the library homepage. In order to use NoodleTools from off campus, you must login using the login screen in the middle of the library homepage. If you have not already done so, create a personal NoodleTools ID. Consult the NoodleTools page of the Citing Sources LibGuide for complete directions on using NoodleTools.