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Faculty Scholarship Support

The purpose of this guide is to assist law school faculty in the production and promotion of their scholarly activities. is a service that helps prevent link rot. Use it to preserve the online sources you cite and to make those records accessible to your readers. enables scholars to create permanent records of the web sources they cite. "When a user creates a link, archives the referenced content and generates a link to an archived record of the page. Regardless of what may happen to the original source, the archived record will always be available through the link." The Bluebook supports the use of in Rule 18.2.1(d). The Ross-Blakley Law Library is a member of If you'd like to begin using in your scholarship to ensure the online sources you cite remain available for readers, please contact Tara Mospan.

Watch this video from the Harvard Library Innovation Lab explaining why you should use


Zotero is easy-to-use reference management software that helps you collect, organize, cite, and share your sources. When you view books, articles, or other sources online, it automatically extracts and saves the information you need to create footnotes. It seamlessly integrates with Microsoft Word, LibreOffice, and Google Docs to make it easy to manage citations and bibliographies as you write. Register a free account here.