Answered By: Information Commons Last Updated: Jan 20, 2016 Views: 1351
Using LexisNexis: Find the case in LexisNexis and in the top right there is an icon next to the print, email, and save icons that can be used to export the bibliography information.
Click this icon and select the option to export for the "Current Document" and in Export Type, select "Display Bibliographic Information in a new window", then click Export.
Copy and paste your citation into your bibliography or works cited page.
Other Databases: Many databases have ways you can find the citations. For example, CredoReference has a "Cite This" button on the page when you are viewing the document or passage. It depends on the database tool you are using, but keep an eye out for it!
Manually Citing: View this page and at the bottom you will find the MLA, APA, and Turabian style guidelines.