4 p. 89 of the Australian G...n, 3rd ed.

  • Author's names should appear exactly as they do on the source.
    • All personal titles (E.g. Mrs, Mr) should be omitted - except for Sir, Dame and peerage titles.
  • Full stops are not used after initials or in abbreviations.
  • Initials of first names are separated by a space.
  • Book titles should appear in italics.
  • ebooks are treated exactly as print books.

For example:
    • Stephen Graw et al, Undertstanding Business law (Lexisnexis Butterworths, 7th ed, 2015) 139.

5 p. 96 of the Australian G...n, 3rd ed.

  • The chapter title should be enclosed in 'single inverted commas' within the footnote
  • There is no punctuation between the chapter title and the word in
  • The starting page refers to the first page of the chapter
  • The pinpoint reference refers to the location of the cited information within the chapter
  • When footnoting more than one chapter from the same edited book, details of the whole book should be included in full in the first footnote for each chapter - that is - each chapter should be treated as a different source in the footnotes
  • above n references refer to the first footnote of the relevant chapter

Bibliography Examples:

  • Shaw, Malcolm N, International Law (Cambridge University Press, 6th ed, 2008)
  • Williams, Mary K, 'Recent Changes' in John Barker and Brian Lang, Tax Legislation & Study Guide (Oxford University Press, 12th ed, 2014) 45

Refer to Chapter 5 of AGLC-3 for more information and examples.

University of Melbourne, School of Law, (The Australian Guide to Legal Citation, 3rd ed, 2008) 89.
5 The Melbourne University Law Review, The Australian Guide to Legal Citation (Melbourne, Melbourne University Law Review, 3rd ed. 2012) 96.