When you have a thesis to write, it can be hard to make sense of all your sources and keep everything organized. You are usually required to write a bibliography that has all that in a specific order, so you need to learn how to do it in order to get a good grade. Since your doctorate education really depends on this assignment, the footnotes needs your attention to get it right. If you ask any professor who teaches in the law programs at your school, they will tell you how important this is. If you really want to do well, then keep reading for the rules you need to know about this part of your work.
Read below for some rules to writing a great bibliography. How you organize it might depend on your professor’s requirements or on your field of study. Being a law student means that you should adhere to the style guides that are necessary for other law papers and related professional standards in academics about the law.
Here are some ways to make this easier on yourself and have something to follow. Do each of these steps and you will be able to succeed in completing your sources list for your thesis. Each rule is important and should not be left out.
As you work on your project you should have goals in place to motivate you to finish in a timely manner. As you complete parts of your work you are getting closer to finishing your work according to your schedule. Maybe you can entice yourself to finish sooner if something was waiting for you upon completion. Make it something fun and enjoyable. It helps if it is something you may not usually enjoy. Make things interesting to encourage yourself to finish faster. You can at least consider trying to get your work done a week or so before your deadline.