You have a source gathering assignment for your journal, and you know HeinOnline is the best place to go for legal articles. You also know that instead of browsing through the journals, you can bring up your article quickly by using the Citation Navigator in the Law Journal Library.
However, the Citation Navigator requires you to type the correct abbreviation for your journal. What do you do if you don’t have a Bluebook nearby? HeinOnline has you covered with the Find Bluebook Citation link, which takes you to a list of abbreviations very similar to T13 in the Bluebook. See below how to access this feature, which will allow you to complete source gathering more efficiently.