3|ink wrote:My write-on hasn't started yet. But I'm looking at supposedly good examples from years past, and I'm fairly certain I've found a fairly significant bluebooking error. But why would they use an example with such a significant bluebooking error?
Good examples of what - Bluebook tests, published student notes, or write-on entries? Just about any note/comment/write-on submission written by a student that hasn't gone through editing could have many, many errors. They are unlikely to have perfect samples for you to look through. Overall, the sample might be good, but there could easily be small errors throughout.