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Law: Legal referencing and Endnote

General resources for studying law

Australian guide to legal citation, 4th ed. (AGLC4)

The School of Law uses the legal reference style: Australian Guide to Legal Citation, 4th ed. (AGLC4)        

Print copies of AGLC4 Guide available in Law Library                      

Note: If you are doing a combined degree or Business Law check with your faculty about their preferred referencing style.

Legal Referencing


Endnote is a program for storing and managing your references.

Want to find out more? Watch the 'how to' videos in the Endnote subject guide

Citation Guides

Modifying EndNote for use with AGLC4

Download the EndNote program from the library's EndNote guide

To use EndNote with the AGLC4 Legal Referencing style, you need to make modifications to the program, as per the attached instructions:

1. Install the Legal Reference Types Table following the instructions from the University of Technology Endnote Law Guide

2. Download the AGLC4 Legal Reference Type following the instructions from the University of Technology Endnote Law Guide


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