12 May International Legal Citation Project
Students at the Washington University Global Studies Law Review are developing a guide to international legal citation, apparently intended as a “gap filler” for areas not covered by the Bluebook. I’ve not studied it closely, but it looks to be an extremely useful tool for student editors at international law journals. The guide includes a brief summary of the governmental structure and legal system of each country and examples of how to cite from specific sources. (See, e.g., this page on Slovenia.) Because the guide is still in development, they are taking comments. The link is here.