How do I change the case citation format?

You can change the case citation format in our "copy with cite" tool

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Written by Elaine Cheek
Updated over a week ago

Casetext's "copy with cite" feature allows you to easily adjust the citation format between the Bluebook case citation format (which is the default format), California, Delaware, Florida, New Jersey, New York, and Oregon case citation format.  For information about our "copy with cite" tool, please visit this page.

To change the citation format in the copy with cite tool, please follow the steps below:

 1. Highlight the passage in a case that you wish to copy
2. Click on the "citation format" option

3. Choose either the Bluebook (default) or the other state format options
4. Click "Ok" to save changes

NOTE:  At this time we currently only offer the case citation format options set by the the Bluebook, or by California, Delaware, Florida, New Jersey, New York and Oregon courts.  If you would like a different case citation format, or you find that our copy with cite feature is not allowing you to copy the reporter that you would like, please contact our support team, and we will be happy to assist you. You can reach our support team by clicking on the blue live chat icon that appears in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen.

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