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OSCOLA referencing guide (Online): Editor or Translator

Mae'r dudalen hon hefyd ar gael yn Gymraeg

Editor or Translator

If there is no author listed, use the editor or the translator in place of the author, adding (ed) or (tr) as appropriate. If there are multiple editors use (eds) or (trs) for multiple translators.

Footnote

To use a footnote, put a superscript number into your text and then the footnote at the bottom of the page. 

Format:

Editor (ed) OR Translator (tr), Title (edition, Publisher | year) page number.

Example:

12 Jeremy Horder (ed), Oxford Essays in Jurisprudence: Fourth Series (OUP 2000)‚Äč 146.

Bibliography

The only difference is the author is now listed surname first and you do not include page numbers.

Format:

Editor (ed) OR Translator (tr), Title (edition, Publisher | year) page number.

Example:

Huxley P (ed), Blackstone’s Statutes on Evidence (Blackstone’s Statutes, 11th edn, OUP 2010

Birks P and G McLeod (trs), The Institutes of Justinian (Duckworth 1987)