OSCOLA
The Oxford University Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA) is the modern method of legal citation in the United Kingdom. First developed by Peter Birks of the University of Oxford Faculty of Law, and now in its 4th edition, it has been adopted by most law schools and many legal publishers in the United Kingdom.

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Oxford Law :: OSCOLA - Faculty of Law - University of Oxford
4 days ago ... From the Oxford University Law Faculty. Includes recommended citation formats for both UK and EU legal authorities.
www.law.ox.ac.uk/publications/oscola.php
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OSCOLA - Faculty of Law - University of Oxford
OSCOLA. Oxford Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities. Fourth Edition. Faculty of Law, University of Oxford www.law.ox.ac.uk/OSCOLA ...
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Oxford Law :: OSCOLA FAQs - Faculty of Law - University of Oxford
Jun 26, 2013 ... Why does OSCOLA have some examples with full-stops and some without? ... Sources not specifically referred to in OSCOLA 4th edn. A source ...
www.law.ox.ac.uk/publications/oscola_faqs.php
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Oxford Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities - Wikipedia, the free ...
The Oxford University Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA) is the modern method of legal citation in the United Kingdom. First developed by ...
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Using OSCOLA for Legal Referencing - University of Salford
Produced by University of Salford based on the OSCOLA Guide (4th Ed) from ... OSCOLA is the standard way of referencing legal material, giving rules and ...
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Citing the law - Cardiff University
This resource was devised by Cathie Jackson and Ian Bradley, Information Services staff at Cardiff University and was partly funded by the UK Centre for Legal ...
ilrb.cf.ac.uk/citingreferences/oscola/tutorial/
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CTAN: Package oscola
OSCOLA – BibLaTeX style for the Oxford Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities. The package provides a set of style files for use with Biblatex (v 2+) and ...
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Anglia Ruskin University Library - OSCOLA
OSCOLA is a referencing system specifically designed for legal materials. It has been devised by the University of Oxford. Now in its 4th edition of the Oxford ...
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Section 2: the basic principles Referencing using Oscola
Principles. • OSCOLA is based on principles of: – Consistency. – Consideration for the reader. – A minimum of punctuation. • When citing materials not ...
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Referencing@Portsmouth Oscola
OSCOLA Format. What do you want to reference? Select an option to start here ----- >. Additional Description. Find the answer!! Search all R@P Website. University ...
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Oscola - Referencing@Portsmouth - University of Portsmouth
OSCOLA Format. What do you want to reference? Select an option to start here ----- >. Additional Description. Find the answer!! Search all R@P Website. University ...
Oxford Law :: OSCOLA - Faculty of Law - University of Oxford
4 days ago ... From the Oxford University Law Faculty. Includes recommended citation formats for both UK and EU legal authorities.
[PDF]OSCOLA - Faculty of Law - University of Oxford
OSCOLA. Oxford Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities. Fourth Edition. Faculty of Law, University of Oxford www.law.ox.ac.uk/OSCOLA ...
Citing the law - Cardiff University
This resource was devised by Cathie Jackson and Ian Bradley, Information Services staff at Cardiff University and was partly funded by the UK Centre for Legal ...
Anglia Ruskin University Library - OSCOLA
OSCOLA is a referencing system specifically designed for legal materials. It has been devised by the University of Oxford. Now in its 4th edition of the Oxford ...
[PDF]Using OSCOLA for Legal Referencing - University of Salford
Produced by University of Salford based on the OSCOLA Guide (4th Ed) from ... Although originally devised for use within Oxford University, OSCOLA is now ...
OSCOLA - Referencing - LibGuides at University of Liverpool
OSCOLA (Oxford Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities) is the style used by the Law School at the University of Liverpool. Always double-check with your ...
Oscola for law students - University of Birmingham
Students of law use the Oxford Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA) referencing style. This style uses footnotes, help and guidance on how the ...
OSCOLA Referencing Style - Library Guides - Newcastle University
May 17, 2013 ... Library and information resources for staff and students in Newcastle Law School .
[PDF]The OSCOLA style - University of York
It is a standard for use in law developed at Oxford University and adopted widely by law schools and publishers. OSCOLA uses footnotes at the bottom of each ...
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Oscola: The Oxford University Standard for Citation of Legal ...
Oscola: The Oxford University Standard for Citation of Legal ...
Donal Nolan, Sandra Meredith, University of Oxford. Faculty of Law, 2012
As far as possible, the guidelines in OSCOLA are based on common practices in UK legal citation, but with a minimum of punctuation. This fourth edition provides more detailed coverage of domestic legal sources.
Osceola and the Great Seminole War: A Struggle for Justice and Freedom
Osceola and the Great Seminole War: A Struggle for Justice and Freedom
Hatch, Thom, 2012
At the time of his death in 1838, Seminole warrior Osceola was the most famous and respected Native American in the world. Born a Creek, young Osceola was driven from his home by General Andrew Jackson to Spanish Florida, where he joined the Seminole tribe. Years later, President Jackson signed the Indian Removal Act, which was not only intended to...
The Complete Guide to Referencing and Avoiding Plagiarism
The Complete Guide to Referencing and Avoiding Plagiarism
Colin Neville, 2010
However, students on other courses, who occasionally have to cite legal cases, may also find this section helpful. OSCOLA style of referencing More detailed information on the OSCOLA Style of referencing can be obtained from the website of ...
Osceola the Seminole The Red Fawn of the Flower Land
Osceola the Seminole The Red Fawn of the Flower Land
Mayne Reid, N. Orr and (Engraver), 2011
This book was converted from its physical edition to the digital format by a community of volunteers. You may find it for free on the web. Purchase of the Kindle edition includes wireless delivery.
Osceola His Capture and Seminole Legends
Osceola His Capture and Seminole Legends
William P. Ryan, 2012
Osceola, the great Seminole War leader, was captured by the U.S. army on Old Kings Road in Florida in 1835. He was meeting under a white flag of truce. His capture under a white flag was debated in Congress, the Court of England and capitols throughout the world. This book tells the story of the great Seminole leader in the first person, from an In...
Card & James' Business Law for Business, Accounting, & Finance ...
Card & James' Business Law for Business, Accounting, & Finance ...
Lee Roach, 2012
However, the predominant referencing system in laW (and a referencing system your lecturer may require you to use) is called OSCOLA (the Oxford Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities). Accordingly, to enable you to become ...
Osceola's Legacy (Alabama Fire Ant)
Osceola's Legacy (Alabama Fire Ant)
Wickman, Patricia Riles, 2009
A bestselling, up-to-date evaluation of a legendary Indian leader. Named Outstanding Book by the Gustavus Myers Center for the Study of Human Rights. "Osceola's Legacy is significant for its geneology and archaeological study of this Native American and his interaction with the federal government during the 1800s. The catalog of photograp...
The Oxford standard for citation of legal authorities
The Oxford standard for citation of legal authorities
University of Oxford. Faculty of Law, 2006
It was produced by the Oxford Law Faculty in consultation with leading academic law publishers and serves as the style guide for the Oxford University Commonwealth Law Journal, as well as for theses written in the Law Faculty.
Osceola The Seminole: The Red Fawn of the Flower Land
Osceola The Seminole: The Red Fawn of the Flower Land
Mayne Reid, 2004
This novel was originally published in 1859. Mayne Reid, a pre-eminent and popular writer, was primarily a novelist (1818-1883) who wrote adventure stories from just before the Civil War until his death in 1883. Reid's career included two periods in the U. S: 1840-49 and 1867-70. He had emigrated to the United States in his early twenties, rea...
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OSCOLA Activity | Online Programmes Library News
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OSCOLA Referencing Generator | Law Teacher
OSCOLA Referencing Generator. Have your OSCOLA law references automatically generated. You'll never need to worry again about losing marks from poor reference formatting.
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OSCOLA Referencing | Academic Skills University Campus Oldham
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OSCOLA Referencing | Essay Writing Help
The acronym OSCOLA refers to the Oxford Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities.
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Oscola Ireland 2011
OSCOLA Ireland First Edition legalcitation.ie This citation guide is based on OSCOLA which was devised by the Faculty of Law at Oxford University and we are grateful for their permission to adapt it for the purposes of developing a standard citation style for Ireland.
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Revised 4th ed of OSCOLA published | Legal Information Update
legal information news blog from library, special collections and museums at the university of aberdeen
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OSCOLA referencing | Just Student Help
Free guide to the Oxford Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA) style of referencing with examples of common source types explained.
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Meredith on OSCOLA: A UK Standard for Legal Citation | Legal Informatics Blog
Scholarly & Professional Commentary on Legal Information Systems & Legal Communication
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Link of the Week: Free OSCOLA Resources for Legal Editors and Proofreaders - Louise Harnby | Proofreader
Blog for editors and proofreaders. Provides information on starting out, training, marketing and other business-building tips
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Digital Directions: New OSCOLA citation guide
OSCOLA is the Oxford Standard for Citation Of Legal Authorities. It is widely used in law schools and by journal and book publishers in the UK and beyond. The introduction to the new fourth edition of OSCOLA claims there are two golden rules for the citation of legal authorities: the first is consistency, and the second is consideration for the reader. This updated guide is is designed to facilitate accurate citation of authorities, legislation, and other legal materials. "OSCOLA was first devised by Professor Peter Birks in 2000, in consultation with law students and faculty at Oxford University, and with...
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