8 AGLC Bibliographies

An AGLC bibliography appears at the end of a document and should include all consulted sources. Refer to AGLC 1.13 for information on how to adapt footnote rules to suit bibliography format. This generally involves the following adjustments, as relevant:

  • inverting the first listed author’s names, and separating these with a comma
  • omitting pinpoint references
  • removing full stops at the end of citations.

Organise sources alphabetically beneath the following headings, although these categories may be adjusted as appropriate:

  • Articles/Books/Reports
  • Cases
  • Legislation
  • Treaties
  • Other. 

Sample AGLC bibliography





Australian Law Reform Commission, Without Fear or Favour: Judicial Impartiality and the Law on Bias (Final Report No 138, December 2021)

Barker, Ian, ‘Judicial Activism in Australia: A Perspective’ (2005) 79(12) Australian Law Journal 783

Creyke, Robin et al, Laying Down the Law (LexisNexis, 11th ed, 2021)

Mackay, Anita and Lola Akin Ojelabi, ‘A Beginner’s Guide to Academic Integrity and Legal Referencing Using the AGLC’ (2022) 47(1) Alternative Law Journal 74




Legione v Hateley (1983) 152 CLR 406

Mabo v Queensland [No 2] (1992) 175 CLR 1




Airspace Regulations 2007 (Cth)

Australian Constitution

Copyright Act 1968 (Cth)




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




CCH Australia, Australian Torts Commentary (online at 20 November 2022)

Review of the Law of Negligence (Final Report, September 2002)

Shepherd, Stafford, ‘What is Inadvertent Disclosure?’, Queensland Law Society (Web Page, 2 April 2015) <https://www.qls.com.au/Pages/Resources/Inadvertent-disclosure/What-is-inadvertent-disclosure>



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