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Manual of Legal Citation/Acknowledgments
The Indigo Book: A Manual of Legal Citation was created under the direction of Professor Christopher Jon Sprigman. Professor Sprigman's research assistant is Daryl Steiger. Students who worked on the document include Manuel Antunes, Tommy Bird, Ty Callahan, Isha Ghodke, Kaitlyn Gosewehr, Nireeti Gupta, Rebecca Laskey, Nicole Lieberman, Junru Liu, Colinford Mattis, Adine Mitrani, Edwin Mok, Christian Scarlett, Alexander Stillman, Alec Webley, Chris Weldon, and Alex Young.
During the pre-review release period, extensive comments were received from Professor Frank Bennett, Dr. Rintze Zelle, Professor Christopher Jon Sprigman, Professor Pamela Samuelson, Professor Peter W. Martin, Point.B Studio, and the anonymous students of Professor Sprigman.
During the public Request for Comments period, comments were received from Deborah Bouchoux, Nate Cardozo, Alvin Y.H. Cheung, Jill Dinneen, Patrick Durusau, John Flatness, Paul Gowder, Leonid Grinberg, Misha Guttentag, Elayne Harmer, Adi Kamdar, Sue Liemer, Mike Lissner, Stephen Mortellaro, Stephen Paskey, Theodore Rostow David Sorkin, Dustin Watkins, David Ziff, and Michael Zuckerman.
Joseph C. Gratz of Durie Tangri LLP represented Public Resource during pre-publication discussions.