Reference management software help to create a reference list for your research topic, assignment or thesis. They have functions that collect, annotate and organise references to the sources of information.
Listed below are guides to the reference management tools that we support at NUS:
Identify legal abbreviations using these online and print sources:
In order to enable researchers to locate sources referred to in your written work, it is important to ensure that these sources are cited correctly. Law style/legal citation guides provide instructions and examples on how to create footnotes and bibliographies.
*Guides more suited for use in citing current, Singapore legal materials.
Online: OSCOLA (4th ed); Quick Reference Guide
*Style guide for the Singapore Law Reports (2021 edition)
Also known as the SLR Style Guide 2021. By Academy Publishing.
Guides providing instructions on the use of the citation manuals listed above: