style request [journal of law, medicine & ethics]

Hi, looking for help creating this hybrid type of style. Here is the instructions page

the detailed style guide is here

ISSN: 1073-1105 (Print), 1748-720X (Online)

citations - inline, superscripted numbers - 1, 2, 3, etc.

Bibliography (endnotes)

1. J. L. Campbell and O. K. Pedersen, "The varieties of capitalism and hybrid success," Comparative Political Studies, 40, no. 3 (2007): 307–332.

2. I. Mares, "Firms and the welfare state: When, why, and how does social policy matter to employers?," In P. A. Hall and D. Soskice eds., Varieties of capitalism. The institutional foundations of comparative advantage (New York: Oxford University Press, 2001): at 184–213.

3. See Campbell and Pedersen, supra note 1.

thank you so much!
  • edited October 4, 2022
    I have logged your request, but their guidelines do not match at all what they have in published papers which shows a classic numeric in-text style.

    In text: 1 (superscript)

    1. J.L. Campbell and O.K. Pedersen, 'The Varieties of Capitalism and Hybrid Success,' Comparative Political Studies, 40, no. 3 (2007): 307–332.


    Are you in touch with the editors and could clarify this first?
    I don't want to make a style and then have to completely rework it.

  • thanx for the response, damnation. I selected a recent paper by random. Here are some examples, let's see if they match the style:

    journal article
    1. D. Kuo, D.R. Gifford, and M.D. Stein, “Curbside Consultation
    Practices and Attitudes Among Primary Care Physicians and
    Medical Subspecialists,” JAMA 280, no. 10 (1998): 905-909, at

    1. D. E. Hoffmann and A. J. Tarzian, “The Girl Who Cried Pain: A Bias
    Against Women in the Treatment of Pain,” Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 29, no. 2
    (1992): 13–27, at 19.

    that looks identical to me

    book chapter
    33. M.I. Morris, “Impact of Infection on Transplant Outcomes:
    Transplant Infectious Disease Expertise as an Essential Component
    of Transplant Programs,” in M. Morris, C. Kotton, and
    C. Wolff, eds., Emerging Transplant Infections (Switzerland:
    Springer International Publishing, 2021).

    4. J. P. Jones, “Hospitals,” in W. W. Jones and W. P. Jones, eds., Hospitals
    and Mergers (New York: Publishers Press, 1978): at 3–8.

    with the exception of commas added when there are 3+ authors I don't see any differences. Can you tell me what you see? I have been in contact with them and can ask.
  • Also not seeing a numeric style @damnation -- e.g. the first OA article listed has both as subsequent cite with supra and idem -- these are clearly endnotes.
  • I must've looked at another journal. Thanks for double checking ;)
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