Members of the Journal are responsible for four types of assignments:
1. Read Against – This is a comparison of an edited article in its revised state to insure all changes/corrections have been made.
2. Source Collection – This is a compilation of all the cases, statutes, law review articles, books, etc. which we collect for editing and cite checking purposes for all of our published articles.
3. Substantive Edit – This is a comprehensive edit of an article based on those sources collected in the source collection. It involves editing every aspect of the article, from Bluebooking to context and grammar.
4. Unreported – Only a select number of Delaware Court of Chancery opinions are published in the A.2d. We publish the most important of those not reported in the A.2d in each of our issues. An unreported assignment involves adding key numbers and head-notes and a summary of the case.