Answered By: Natasha Skeen
Last Updated: Oct 19, 2017     Views: 95

Law students should be using the OSCOLA referencing style. Click here for the short guide.  Alternatively, you can visit the OSCOLA site (once there, click the link on the right of the screen under 'related resources')

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 Cite Them Right website to find examples you can follow (Legal Material - UK Statutes (Acts of Parliament)).

Students using Harvard will also find an example on the bottom of the back page of the Harvard short guide.