30th June 2020


How do you reference a case?

To cite to a case in a regional reporter, list the following six elements in order:
  1. Name of the case (italicized or underlined - if writing a brief or memo, per Rule B2);
  2. Volume of the reporter;
  3. Reporter abbreviation;
  4. First page where the case can be found in the reporter and pinpoint page if required;

Beside this, how do I cite a case in APA?

APA in-text citations include the author's last name, the year of publication, and the page number (for quotes), either as part of the text of your paper or in parentheses. One Author: …as the case study concluded (Smith, 2003, p. 6).

One may also ask, how do you reference a Judgement?

If a case is unreported but has a neutral citation, give that. If an unreported case does not have a neutral citation (which will always be the case before 2001), give the court and the date of the judgment in brackets after the name of the case. There is no need to add the word 'unreported'.

How do you cite Ivey cases in apa?

Ivey ID: number of case study. City, State abbreviation or Country of publication: Publisher. In APA style, every author or editor's name is inverted (the last name comes first); use only the initials for the first and middle names. Only capitalize the first word of the title, subtitle, and any proper nouns.

How do you cite Commission decisions?

Give the names of the parties (or the commonly used short name) in italics, the case number in brackets, the Commission Decision number (where available), and the OJ report. Further information about citing EU cases can be found from page 30 of the OSCOLA guide.
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