Quick Reference Guide to Citation Formats in the Ohio Supreme Court Writing Manual – Performance

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The Ohio Supreme Court adopted and released the Ohio Supreme Court Drafting Manual in 2011 and updated it in 2013. Although not mandatory, the Ohio Supreme Court strongly encourages Use of the Drafting Manual by Lawyers and Judges for Writing Factums and Opinions in Ohio. courts.

Since the writing manual is 174 pages, we’ve created a quick reference guide to the most common citation formats and some writing tips. This guide has helped us and we hope it helps you.

Click here to read the full article co-written by Marisa Bartlette Willis and published in the
Columbus Bar Advocates Quarterly Newsletter magazine.

The content of this article is intended to provide a general guide on the subject. Specialist advice should be sought regarding your particular situation.

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