Published 15 May 2017
When paper ruled the world, libraries, schools, and schools of thought throughout the world constructed various ways of researching cited documents. Writers argued endlessly about the “correct” citation format, style, and manual to use. Yet, modern citation manuals can be complex and too voluminous to memorize, forcing the user to keep these manuals on hand when writing. Today, the internet has completely changed the process of researching cited documents. Furthermore, in the practice of international arbitration, many supporting documents are submitted along with their legal arguments anyway.
In an effort to keep citations simple and consistent, our citation guide has been engineered to five short pages. This guide has been developed into basic elements that are easy to memorize. As a result, the writer can be more efficient with their time and writings increase their level of quality.