Citing International Law Sources in OSCOLA

I've been trying for a while to cite international law sources in OSCOLA, but there is no option in the templates that results on citing as the OSCOLA guide requires. Is there any way to do this?
  • Accommodating multiple legal jurisdiction citation standards is beyond what Zotero is able to do. If you need to cite law from multiple jurisdictions, you should look into Juris-M, a version of Zotero with much expanded legal citation support.
  • Further to @bwiernik's note, we're working on some changes in Jurism that will allow users that are comfortable with command-line tools and the like to extend and modify the identifiers, courts, and abbreviations for particular jurisdictions. The work should be available in a beta release within a week or so. I'll post here when it goes up.
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