A 2014 review in this blog of the citations delivered by the major online research services along with copied blocks of text concluded:
At their current stage of evolution none of the major research services (including not only Westlaw and Lexis, but Bloomberg Law, Fastcase, and Casemaker) can be relied upon to produce primary law citations that fully comply with The Bluebook or, indeed, any of the other citation styles they may list. In any setting where citation format is critical, users need to know that. And all researchers need to be aware that the citations of statutes or regulations these systems generate will often be seriously incomplete.
Six years on, the gap between promise and performance of the “copy with reference” feature of these systems has not diminished.
Codified Material (Statutes, Regulations, Court Rules) — A Consistent Failure
To begin where that prior review ended, citations to highly structured documents like statutes, regulations, and court
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