Quick Reference Card: Legal Referencing, 2nd edition
A concise quick-reference tool on legal referencing for students and practitioners studying and working across all areas of law
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Quick Reference Card – Legal Referencing, 2nd edition, written by Ryan Kernaghan, clearly summarises legal referencing using the Australian Guide to Legal Citation, 4th ed (AGLC 4th ed) style. This Quick Reference Card makes an ideal study aid both for classroom and exam use and is an excellent quick-reference tool for students, practitioners and academics working across all areas of law. This card covers the AGLC 4th ed referencing style and consists of ready reference examples and concise summaries of the major AGLC 4th ed rules.
• Concise summary of the most important referencing principles
• Aligns with the Australian Guide to Legal Citation 4th ed
• Bold headings and colour coded boxes structure the subject
• Quick and easy - information at one’s fingertips
• Durable because of laminated card stock
• Attractive pricing
• Ideal as checklist
• Perfect for use in exams and for assignments
• Stuhmcke, LexisNexis Guide: Legal Referencing, 5th ed, 2020
• Bott and Talbot-Stokes, Nemes and Coss’ Effective Legal Research, 8th ed, 2021
• Butt, Legal Usage: A Modern Style Guide, 2017
• Corbett-Jarvis & Grigg, Effective Legal Writing, 3rd ed, 2021
• Meehan & Tulloch, LexisNexis Guide: Grammar for Lawyers, 3rd ed, 2013
Table of contents
- AGLC – The Background
- How to use this Quick Reference Card
- Layout of the AGLC and this Card
- Why AGLC?
- For Starters – Footnotes
- Primary Sources – Domestic Sources
- International Materials
- Secondary Sources
- Subsequent References
- Sources Referring to Other Sources
- Final Word on Pinpointing