At The University of Adelaide, the Adelaide Law School uses a legal referencing style called theAustralian Guide to Legal Citation (AGLC) (4th edition) developed by the Melbourne University Law Review.
Legal material must be cited/referenced using the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (AGLC)
use AGLC4 1.1.6 for pinpoint references. A 'pinpoint reference' is a reference to a specific page, paragraph, footnote or other section of a source.
support is available for using AGLC in EndNote
citations included abbreviated names of courts, law reports, journals, etc.
For bibliographies, you will need to invert the first author's name (surname, first name) and remove the final full stop. Refer to the AGLC 1.13 for more details and guidance on the range of resource types
Look up abbreviations used for citations (eg SASR, CLR, QB). Free web-based resource covers legal abbreviations in the Australia, UK, Australia, NZ & other Commonwealth jurisdictions, as well as the United States.