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AGLC4 referencing style: Other Secondary Sources

This guide provides basic information on formatting references according to the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (4th ed.)

Other Secondary Sources

Other Secondary Sources

Material Type

(AGLC Rule)

Footnote Example

Bibliography Example

Law Reform Commission Reports

(Rule 7.1.4)

Australian Law Reform Commission, Especially Yours: The Protection of Human Genetic Information in Australia (Report No 96, May 2003) vol 1, 321 [10.1].

Australian Law Reform Commission, Especially Yours: The Protection of Human Genetic Information in Australia (Report No 96, May 2003) vol 1, 321 [10.1]

Theses

(Rule 7.2.5)

Ivan Milton Vodanovich, 'The Criminal Jury Trial in Western Australia' (PhD Thesis, University of Western Australia, 1989).

Vodanovich, Ivan Milton, 'The Criminal Jury Trial in Western Australia' (PhD Thesis, University of Western Australia, 1989)

Conference Papers

(Rule 7.2.4)

Jenny Lin, 'Audits of Shareholder Panels' (Conference Paper, Annual Congress of the World Auditors Association, 12 April 1994).

Note: For conference proceedings that are published as a book, use the book chapter format.

Lin, Jenny, 'Audits of Shareholder Panels' (Conference Paper, Annual Congress of the World Auditors Association, 12 April 1994)

Lectures

 

1 Peter Sinden, 'Primary Sources of Law' (LAWS1104 Lecture, University of Western Australia Law School, 2 November 2013).

Note: We recommend citing Lectures as Speeches (AGLC Rule 7.3)

Sinden, Peter, 'Primary Sources of Law' (LAWS1104 Lecture, University of Western Australia Law School, 2 November 2013)

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