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AGLC4

Bibliography

Your bibliography in the AGLC4 style needs to include all the works you have replied upon in your assignment (not only those referred to in the text and footnotes). It is placed at the end of your essay on a new page and has a specific format you need to follow.

Rules for formatting your bibliography can be found in section 1.13 of the AGLC4.

Your bibliography may be divided into the sections below. However a section may be omitted and other categories or subdivisions may be included as needed (with appropriate renumbering).

A Articles/Books/Reports

B Cases

C Legislation

D Treaties

E Others

Sources listed in the bibliography follow the same format as other citations, with a few exceptions:

  • The first author's name is listed with family name first, in the format "Family Name, Given Name(s)".
  • No pinpoint is required.
  • No full stop is required at the end of the item.

 

Sample Bibliography


Bibliography

A Articles/Books/Reports

Foster, Michelle, 'The Implications of the Failed "Malaysia Solution": The Australian High Court and Refugee Responsibility Sharing at International Law' (2012) 13(1) Melbourne Journal of International Law 395

Hathaway, James C, The Right of Refugees under International Law (Cambridge University Press, 2005)

B Cases

Lane v Morrison (2009) 239 CLR 230

Maritime Dispute (Peru v Chile) (Judgment) [2014] ICJ Rep 4

C Legislation

Access to Medicinal Cannabis Act 2016 (Vic)

Australian Constitution

D Treaties

Convention against Torture and Other Cruel, Inhuman or Degrading Treatment of Punishment, opened for signature 10 December 1984, 1465 UNTS 85 (entered into force 26 June 1987)

E Other

New South Wales, Parliamentary Debates, Legislative Assembly, 15 December 1919