Let me make it clear more info on OSCOLA FAQs

Let me make it clear more info on OSCOLA FAQs

The suggested statements on these pages have never yet been talked about and authorized by the OSCOLA editorial board.


Sources not especially known in OSCOLA edn that is 4th

  • A source cited in a additional supply
  • A judgment citing another judgment
  • Ebooks
  • Book reviews
  • Broadcast programmes
  • Speeches
  • Dictionaries
  • Podcasts, YouTube etc

General questions:

  • Which journals utilize square brackets when you look at the citation?
  • How come OSCOLA involve some examples with full-stops plus some without?
  • On citing URLs (web addresses)


modifications to citation of EU situations and legislation

CJEU cases plus the ECLI

The OSCOLA editorial board will talk about treatment of the European Case Law Identifier while preparing the fifth version. For the time being, article writers who would like to range from the ECLI whenever citing situations from the Court of Justice regarding the eu should address it just like a citation that is neutral incorporating it following the situation name and ahead of the report citation. As an example:

Case C-176/03 Commission v Council EU:C:2005:542, [2005] ECR I-7879.

For unreported situations, cite the ECLI as opposed to the OJ notice or the court and date (as encouraged in OSCOLA 2.6.2). As an example:

Case C-542/09 Commission v the Netherlands EU:C:2012:346.

EU legislation – numbering modification

Take note that from 1 January 2015 onwards, the numbering of EU legislation changed, and that underneath the new approach EU legislation will keep an original, sequential quantity. This quantity must certanly be cited into the type: (domain/body) YYYY/no. For instance:

Council Regulation (EU) 2015/159 of 27 January 2015 amending Regulation (EC) No 2532/98 regarding the abilities associated with European Central Bank to impose sanctions [2015] OJ L27/1

Continue reading Let me make it clear more info on OSCOLA FAQs