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On a draft of my memo, my professor changed the cases that start with the " in the matter of " to "in re". We hardly went over the bluebook, and I was wondering if there is something in there that explains this?
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The Bluebook has this fancy thing in the back called an index, where, if you look up the phrase "in re", it will direct you to which part of the Bluebook governs the use of that phrase.
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