The list is organised by type of source, and then alphabetically. See below for more details on organising the bibliography. Citing a source multiple times in the same document For a case, cite in full the first time. For further references to the case, use a short form of the case name and a cross-citation in brackets to the original footnote.
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A Quick Guide to OSCOLA Referencing | Rules & Examples
Make sure to get aware of the short introduction to the OSCOLA referencing method provided below, as well as some useful help that will enable you to get started with the project. If you are not law school students and you are in need of using the legal materials, you may have to make use of the UWE Harvard referencing standard. However, before you do so, approach your tutor to get the related recommendations. According to the method, you as the author must reference all your sources of information used within the project in bibliography section and footnotes. Now, one step at a time. The footnotes.
Referencing - OSCOLA: UK Government
This blog will be looking at how to reference working papers in OSCOLA, as well as some background information about working papers in general. We have already briefly looked at how to reference working papers in a previous blog of mine, OSCOLA Referencing Summary for Journal Articles , but this provides a more in-depth look at them. We will first consider what working papers are and how they can strengthen your work, as well as why you might not want to use them. In addition, we will look at how reliable they are as a source and, of course, the correct format for referencing them in OSCOLA! If you already know the background information, just skip ahead to the section on referencing.
Of these, COM documents are the type of European Union documentation that you are most likely to come across, and need to reference. The EU help page will assist in understand the differences between types of EU official publications. Footnote example: Commission EC , 'Recommendation for a Council Decision establishing, in accordance with Article 8 , whether effective action has been taken by Hungary in response to recommendations of the Council in accordance with Article 7 of the Treaty establishing the European Community' Communication SEC final.