Since not very many german lawyers seems to use endnote, I can't seem to
find an output style which meets the requirements of this quite
traditional community. Has anyone already done the work or found a
similar style and is willing to share this knowledge? We usually use -
to name the rough features- numbered footnotes with short information
only (e.g. for a journal: author's last name, journal, jear, cited page)
and a bibliography with full information in alphabetical order, no
special features except last name in italics. Thanks for any help!
Theresia Höynck LL.M.
Kriminologisches Forschungsinstitut Niedersachsen e.V.
Criminological Research Institute of Lower Saxony
D - 30161 Hannover
Tel.: --49 / (0)511 / 348 36 28
Fax: --49 / (0)511 / 348 36 10