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Last Updated: Nov 25, 2020     Views: 406

Law students should use OSCOLA referencing style. Use the OSCOLA short guide on our referencing page, or the full OSCOLA guidance for further information. Click "related resources" once you reach the OSCOLA site.

If you are not a Law student, you may still need to reference Acts of Parliament, and your referencing style should account for this. Go to the "legal" section of Cite Them Right to find examples. For students using Harvard, the short guide contains an example Act of Parliament reference on the last page. You will find the short guide on our referencing page.