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AGLC Guide

Australian Guide to Legal Citation (AGLC) 4th edition

The fourth edition of the AGLC was published at the end of 2018.

The AGLC is the product of collaboration between the Melbourne University Law Review and the Melbourne Journal of International Law and provides Australia with a uniform system of legal citation.

If you need to know how to use this style with EndNote, please consult our Law:EndNote study guides.

The videos below outline the basic features of the AGLC 4th edition style, with some general principles and some specific reference types. The major change between the 3rd and 4th editions of the style is how repeated references in non-consecutive footnotes are dealt with.



AGLC4 Class Handout for UTS

This is the handout used in our AGLC referencing classes at UTS.

AGLC4 Workshop Recording (36 minutes on YouTube)

This is a pre-recorded workshop, to take the place of our face to face workshops. The video is around 36 minutes long and covers all the material from our workshops, by working through the class handout.

AGLC4 Referencing Guide: All Examples

This guide from The University of Western Australia provides basic information about formatting footnotes and bibliographies with the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (4th edition). 

Condensed Australian Guide to Legal Citation 4th edition

Condensed Australian Guide to Legal Citation 4th edition