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Your AGLC Bibliography should contain:

  • All of the sources you cited in your assignment;
  • All of the sources you consulted in gaining an understanding of your topic.



In Categories by 'type of source':
  • A. Cases
  • B. Legislation
  • C. Books, Journal Articles
  • D. Websites
  • E. Other 14

Points about formatting

  • Sources should be listed in alphabetical order within their categories
    according to the surname of the first-listed author or by corporate or institution name if there is no author.


  • Full stops should not follow the citations


About names


  • The name of the first author is listed by surname, first name.
    • Second and subsequent authors are listed in full with first name followed by surname
      • For example:
        • Burton, Kelley, Thomas Crofts and Stella Tarrant, Principles of Criminal Law in Queensland and Western Australia (Lawbook, 2011)

  • Refer to Rule 1.16 for more information about bibliographies.


Sample Bibliography


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Sample Essay


Check out this sample essay from Charles Darwin University. The sample essay includes examples of footnotes as well as a complete bibliography.






14 University of Melbourne, School of Law, above n 1, 34.
15 UWA Library, above n 13, <http://guides.is.uwa.edu.au/c.php?g=325349&p=2177389>