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Faculty Citation Reports

Recording Citations

Citations that you locate can be recorded in the Citation Reports Template Excel file. The citations are recorded as follows:

  • Cite: A brief Bluebook citation (i.e., 14 J. Intell. Prop. L. 145) for the source that cited to you or your work.
  • Author: The author(s) of the source that cited to you or your work.
  • Title: The title of the source that cited to you or your work. For treatises or encyclopedias, I generally use the main name of the source (i.e., Nimmer on Copyright) rather than the name of the section (i.e., Orphan Works).
  • Work Cited: A brief Bluebook citation to your work that was cited. If you were thanked in the work, enter this as "Thanks."

Repeat Citations

If an article cites to one work of yours multiple times, only include the citation once. However, if an article cites to multiple works of yours, include one entry for each work cited.

Self-Citations

If you cite to yourself in your work, you can decide whether or not to include your self-citations in your citation report.

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