AUSTRALIAN GUIDE TO LEGAL CITATION


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  • The third edition of the AGLC is the product of collaboration between the Melbourne University Law Review and theMelbourne Journal of International Law. The AGLC provides Australia with a uniform system of legal citation. The first edition of the AGLC was published by the Review in 1998 and a second edition was published in 2002. The third edition has been recently published in 2010.

    The AGLC outlines established citation practices and indicates preferred approaches where no particular approach has been widely adopted. It is designed for academics, legal practitioners, law students and the judiciary, and is a valuable tool for legal writing and research. The AGLC is laid out in a manner that is easy to read and includes a detailed index and helpful examples. As well as providing a set of citation principles for Australian material, the AGLC includes suggestions for citing material from Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States.

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