Working with citations is a fact of life on law journals. Because citation work is detail-oriented, requires great concentration, and is sometimes perceived as "drudge work,"' it often generates a high level of frustration among law review staff, editors, and authors.
This Article will address the primary frustrations suffered by each group and will propose solutions for alleviating those frustrations.
Darby Dickerson, Citation Frustrations--And Solutions, 30 Stetson L. Rev. 477 (2000)