In conducting research, I have used many reference managers, however, Jurism (also known as Juris-M) is one of my favorites. Jurism was created by Frank Bennett, an associate professor in the Graduate School of Law at Nagoya University in Japan. Professor Bennett designed Jurism specifically for legal references and the program supports many citation styles for automatically generating citations, including that of The Bluebook. However, researchers should still review the automatically generated citations and make changes when necessary to ensure that these citations comply with the format shown in The Bluebook.

Latia Ward, Jurism: A Reference Manager for Legal Research, AALL New Voices (October 20, 2021).