A separate guide is available for international law. It covers:
International cases and decisions:
Non-governmental and other international organisations:
OSCOLA does not purport to be comprehensive, but gives rules and examples for the main UK legal primary sources, and for many types of secondary sources.
As far as possible, the guidelines in OSCOLA are based on common practice in UK legal citation, but with a minimum of punctuation.
When citing materials not mentioned in OSCOLA, use the general principles in OSCOLA as a guide, and try to maintain consistency.
OSCOLA has published an FAQ guide to citing types of materials not included in the latest edition. It can be accessed here: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/oscola-faqs. It included guidance on citing the following: