Referencing

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Print book

Bibliography

Single author bibliography (Rule 1.13)

Author (inverted), Title (Publication Details) Pinpoint.
Shaw, Malcolm N, International Law (Cambridge University Press, 7th ed, 2014) 265.

Multiple author bibliography

Edelman, James and Elise Bant, Unjust Enrichment (Hart Publishing, 2nd ed, 2016) 58.

In-text

Single author footnote with pinpoint (Rule 6)

Author, Title (Publication Details) Pinpoint.
1 Malcolm N Shaw, International Law (Cambridge University Press, 7th ed, 2014) 578.

Multiple author footnote

5 James Edelman and Elise Bant, Unjust Enrichment (Hart Publishing, 2nd ed, 2016) 58.

Note

  • If there are more than three authors, the name of the author appearing first on the source should be included, followed by 'et al'
  • Pinpointing rules see above (Rule 6.4)
  • Initials in names should not be separated and should not be followed by full stop
  • An author's first name and surname should be inverted and separated by a comma in the bibliography

Edited book

Bibliography (Rules 1.13 and 6)

Author, 'Chapter Title' in Editor Name (ed), Title (Publication Details) Starting Page, Pinpoint.
Birks, Peter (ed), New Perspectives in the Roman Law of Property: Essays for Barry Nicholas (Clarendon Press, 1989)

In-text

Footnote (Rules 4.1.3 and 6)

4 Peter Birks (ed), New Perspectives in the Roman Law of Property: Essays for Barry Nicholas (Clarendon Press, 1989).

Notes

  • For books with an editor (and no author) the name of the editor should appear in the same manner as an author's name.
  • It should be followed by (ed) or (eds)
  • Add the (ed) to subsequent references (Rule 1.4.1)

Chapter in an edited book

Bibliography (Rule 1.13 and 6.6)

Chapter Author, 'Chapter Title' in Editor (ed), Title (Publication Details) Starting Page, Pinpoint.
Waldron, Jeremy, 'Do Judges Reason Morally?' in Grant Huscroft (ed), Expounding the Constitution: Essays in Constitutional Theory (Cambridge University Press, 2008) 38.

In-text

Footnote (Rule 6.6)

4 Jeremy Waldron, 'Do Judges Reason Morally?' in Grant Huscroft (ed), Expounding the Constitution: Essays in Constitutional Theory (Cambridge University Press, 2008) 38.

Notes

  • Subsequent references to a chapter from an edited book should use the names of the authors of that particular chapter and should refer to the footnote in which the chapter is first cited (Rule 1.4.1)
  • Add starting page

Ebook

Reference list

Bibliography (Rules 1.13 and 6)

Baldwin, Robert, Understanding Regulation: Theory, Strategy, and Practice (Oxford University Press, 2012).

Footnote

Robert Baldwin, Understanding Regulation: Theory, Strategy, and Practice (Oxford University Press, 2012).

Notes

  • Cite an ebook as you would a print book