I'm keen to try and develop a style for OSCOLA (http://denning.law.ox.ac.uk/published/oscola.shtml). This is the standard style for UK law schools and publications.
Firstly, therefore, anybody who is interested in assisting with this or has a need for it, please let me know.
Secondly, I would very much appreciate some help in getting started. I have read the tutorial and the FAQs, but still seem to have some blocks to proceeding; it may be that I am trying to go beyond the capabilities of BibWord - please let me know if so.
So far, I have copied the HarvardExeter style sheet into the relevant directory and renamed it OSCOLA. My initial focus is on cases, since they are the most specific to this area. My starting difficulties are as follows:
- Citations are generally handled differently in body text, footnotes and the bibliography.
Body Text: Smith v Jones1
Footnote: 1  1 AC 208 (HL) (note that HL and 208 here should be a different fields, whereas  1 AC can be all one)
Subsequent references would then be:
Body Text: Smith
Footnote: 2 Smith (n 1) 215 (215 being a page number, after 208)
Bibliography format would be:
Smith v Jones  1 AC 208 (HL)
Is doing something like this within the capabilities of BibWord, or do I need to look further?