If you wish to cite a view expressed on Human Rights in Ireland in academic work you ought to follow the protocols below, applying the relevant one depending on which citation protocol is being used. We have included citation formats for the two most commonly used protocols in legal academic writing: BlueBook and OSCOLA.
Posting of [AUTHOR’S FULL NAME] to Human Rights in Ireland, [LINK TO INDIVIDUAL PAGE], (DATE OF POSTING [month day, year], TIME STAMP)
[AUTHOR NAME], “Name of Post”, (Blog entry to <LINK TO INDIVIDUAL PAGE., DATE OF POSTING), accessed on DATE OF ACCESSING PAGE
If you wish to cite a view expressed on Human Rights in Ireland in a media report we would appreciate if you would (a) include the name of the author of the relevant post [this is noted on every individual post], (b) include the institutional affiliation of the relevant author [you can find information on the institutional affiliation of every author on the About the Contributors page], and (c) mention the name of the blog [Human Rights in Ireland].
Citing Guest Contrbutions
If citing a guest contribution please ensure to attribute the views or quotation to the guest contributor and not to the person who placed the post on the website (i.e. a regular contributor). Apart from that one ought to use the same protocols as above. You can find information about guest contributors including institutional affiliation on the Guest Contributors page.
In any situation of doubt as to citation please feel free to either contact the individual author of the relevant post [contact details are available on our institutional profiles which are linked to on the About the Contributors page] or contact Fiona de Londras at fiona.delondras[at]ucd.ie