In interdisciplinary works, citation form is a problem. Authors are expected to use an accepted reference style for the type of work presented, but it is difficult to know which form is proper when different disciplines, each carrying its own conventions, are fused together in one work. Here, law, jurisprudence, and the social sciences are mixed. The references also are hybrid. The law style, guided by the "blue book" Uniform System of Citation, will be used for law review articles and citations to statutes and court cases. That style is too sketchy for books and articles in the humanities and social sciences, so a fuller form is used in the remainder of the notes. For consistency, the humanities conventions will also apply to references between notes instead of the legal supra and infra.