Recommended for Law. Easily apply the New Zealand Law Style Guide and multilingual referencing.
To use Jurism with the New Zealand Law Style Guide you need to install additional software, known as a browser plugin.
This section explains how to install Jurism. It is specific for Law students wishing to use the NZ Law Style Guide.
Important Note for current users of Jurism. If you update to the new 2023 release, it is important that you backup first. Also, backing up is not the same as syncing to Zotero or to a web browser.
The Jurism how to page has a series of videos.Because Jurism is based on Zotero the instructions can be useful. It is important to be aware some records may require additional editing after being downloaded into Jurism.
When integrated with a word processor Jurism generates in-text citations, automatic cross-referencing, footnotes and bibliographies in a document. The MS Word integration plugin is essential. It will show as an add-in tab in a word document and may be called Zotero.
When you are in a word document the Add/Edit Citation links to the references in your Jurism Library.
To insert a reference select Add/Edit Citation. The first time you will be asked to select the Document Preferences. Select the JM New Zealand Law Style and Footnote.
Jurism will automatically adjust cross-references when changes are made to a document.