This is a generic template for a law review article. It is modeled after the Word law review article template that Eugene Volokh created. This template, in addition to converting the coding from Word to LaTeX, adds some features. It includes the option of having multiple authors, using a table of contents, and including an abstract. The code indicates how to modify the template for an article with multiple authors and how to remove the table of contents, the abstract, or both. While there have been a few attempts to create a package that will automatically format citations using the Bluebook style, they have not gone very far or been very successful. So, you are left on your own. I have given examples in the text of how to use LaTeX codes to achieve the Bluebook style, which may help guide you. These should help you with most of the typesetting styles you need, and you can use the Bluebook to determine the particular requirements for a cite.
This is a template for an empirical term paper at the university. It comes with a nice folder structure that allows a good overview of the different text parts.
It includes various options that are customizable (e.g. cover page/no cover page; including/excluding table of content, list of figures/tables) and also gives a quick introduction into the very basics of LaTeX such as highlighting, citing, writing, including tables, figures, and mathematical equations.
This template can be used for typesetting solutions to homework assignments.
We define a document class that includes a number of useful packages, defines shorthand macros for commonly used constructs and makes it easy to typeset answers to exercises. The template default content demonstrates how various tasks can be achieved in LaTeX as well: mathematical notation and many symbols, typesetting a table, including a figure, et cetera.