This guide is based on the fourth edition of the Australian Guide to Legal Citation (Melbourne University Law Review Association, 4th ed, 2018), which replaces the third edition. A document outlining the major substantive changes between AGLC3 and AGLC4 can be found here.
Please note: The Academic Referencing Tool is a guide only. Students must refer to the AGLC4 manual for full rules and examples.
If you come across any inconsistencies with the referencing examples in ART, send your feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important note: These guidelines have been designed to be used in university coursework, e.g. essays, reports, presentations. For work that is required to be published, or communicated to an audience wider than the University, please consult the appropriate publication manual, your publisher, the University Copyright Officer, and / or your research supervisor for guidance.