Referencing

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Journal articles

Reference List

Bibliography (Rule 4)

Author (inverted), 'Article Title" (Year) Volume(Issue) Journal Title Starting Page.
French, Robert, 'The Role of the High Court in the Recognition of Native Title' (2002) 30(2) University of Western Australian Law Review 129.

 

Footnote (Rule 4)

Author, 'Article Title" (Year) Volume(Issue) Journal Title Starting Page, Pinpoint.
6 Robert French, 'The Role of the High Court in the Recognition of Native Title' (2002) 30(2) University of Western Australian Law Review 129, 131.

Note

  • Author name should be provided as they appear in the publication
  • If an article is available in both print and online formats, cite the print version. If citing the online version, the date of retrieval is not given. (Rule 5.10)
  • Both the volume and issue number should be included. Issue number is in round brackets immediately after the volume number.
  • If there are two or three authors, include the names of all authors with 'and' between the last two authors.
  • If there are more than three authors, the name of the first author should be included, followed by 'et al'.