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How a Law is Made

Choose between the animated (below) and interactive versions and learn about laws and Victoria's Parliament.

Jade

JadeJade (Judgments and Decisions Enhanced) from BarNet is a database that contains decisions of selected Australian Courts and Tribunals.

Referencing a legal case

Referencing a Legal Case:

In-text citation format

The title of the case (year). Note: Include the year with the first citation. The year can be dropped in subsequent citations.

Reference List format

Case Name (in italics) year (in brackets) volume number reporter abbreviation starting page

Example

In-text citation example

R v Williams (2007).....

Reference example

R v. Williams [2007] VSC 131. Available from http://www.austlii.edu.au/

Notes:

  • Ensure that the brackets (either round or square) used in your citation match the type of brackets used in your source.  
  • This is a basic guide on how to reference a legal case using AustLii, for more detail consult the Melbourne University Law Review Association, & Melbourne Journal of International Law. (2010). Australian guide to legal citation (3rd ed.). Melbourne, Australia: Melbourne University Law Review Association. (AGLC)

AustLII

AustLII

The Australasian Legal Information Institute (AustLII) is a vast database of legal information.
Primary sources include:

  • Legislation
  • Case Law
  • Treaties
  • Decisions of courts and tribunals from most Australian jurisdictions (High Court, Federal Court, Family Court, Victorian Supreme Court, County Court, Magistrates' Court, etc.)

Also includes journals, commentary and weblinks.


Victorian Case Law:


Commonwealth Case Law

Australian and Victorian legislation online