At The University of Adelaide, the Adelaide Law School uses a legal referencing style called the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (AGLC) (4th edition) developed by the Melbourne University Law Review.
Abbreviations are used regularly in law, for the names of law reports, journals and treatises.
You've probably heard many of them:
South Australian State Reports = SASR
Commonwealth Law Reports = CLR
Australian Law Journal = ALJ
There are several sources that will help you find what abbreviations stand for: