OSCOLA referencing style is used when submitting work for a module for the School of Law.  Due to the complexity of particular sources, some entries are very detailed.  Make sure to fully read each page.

OSCOLA (Oxford Standard Citation of Legal Authorities)
The full official guidance on OSCOLA referencing

OSCOLA 2006 Citing International Law Sources Section 
Guidance on referencing international sources only

OSCOLA Quick Reference Guide
Handy guide with examples of the main primary and secondary sources

For sources not specifically referred to in OSCOLA 4th edition (social media, streaming services, ebooks, source found in another source, etc.)

Citing the law tutorial
A tutorial with useful self-tests for those starting with OSCOLA

Cardiff Index to Legal Abbreviations
Use this tool to decipher abbreviations or to create your own using the preferred abbreviations given here

Using material from selected other jurisdictions - follow the official guidance for legal citations used by the country in question.  For additional jurisdictions, see the World Legal Information Institute's webpage