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Tools for Organizing your Research
These tools allow you to organize your research as you build your brief, memo or research paper. These tools do not perform automatic cite checking or cite correction functions. For that capability, see the Citation Tools.
Casemap - Lexis
CaseMap is Lexis's knowledge management tool which is available as a free download to law students. Law students can use CaseMap to organize all their materials and notes for a paper or brief.
Organize materials and notes for a paper or brief
Format citations in Bluebook style as you enter them
EndNote Web is a web-based tool that allows you collect, organize and format references. EndNote Web is free to the Boston College community and available from any computer with internet access. This product supports many bibliographic styles including Chicago, MLA, and the Bluebook.
Import citations from databases (e.g., EBSCO or JSTOR)
Set up folders and upload attachments
Supports many bibliographic styles (e.g., Bluebook, Chicago, MLA)