How do you cite a country's constitution in the the Oxford University Standard for Citation of Legal Authorities (OSCOLA) style?


OSCOLA 2006 says to cite foreign legislation (presumably including constitutions) using that jurisdiction’s style.

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    The Blue Book provides extensive guidance on how to cite foreign legal authorities which would probably be considered acceptable under OSCOLA 2006 in the absence of other knowledge about how to do so from legal sources in that country. legalbluebook.com Also, per the link in the comments: "An online supplement (developed for the third edition) is available for the citation of international legal cases, not covered in the main guide." en.wikipedia.org/wiki/… – ohwilleke Oct 13 '19 at 3:40

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