OSCOLA referencing style is used when submitting work for a module for the School of Law.  Due to the complexity of particular sources, some entries are very detailed.  Make sure to fully read each page.

All cases before 2001 must have one law report citation only:

Case name Law Report Citation.

Case name (year) or [year] Volume (if needed) Report Abbreviation First page of the report Court (if not self evident) Pinpoint page or [pinpoint paragraph] if required.

Donoghue v Stevenson [1932] AC 562.

You will need to look at the law report hierarchy and find the best report to cite - see the How to Find the Best Law Report guide. To see which brackets you need to use, look at the Finding How Journals Are Organised in Lexis+ and Westlaw guidance.