The sources that you use must be acknowledged:
All of the sources you use in your assignment must be included both as in-text citations and in your reference list.
|What's an in-text citation?||
An in-text citation is a short entry within your text to point the reader towards the full entry in your reference list. There are different types of in-text citations:
|What's a reference list?||
A reference list provides readers with all the information necessary to locate the original source you have cited. Depending on the referencing style, this list can be arranged:
What information do I need for my reference list entries?
This will change depending on the type of resource you want to reference and the referencing style you need to use, but usually comes down to Who / What / When / Where.
Check Referencing Styles for more information.
The legal research process
Authorised law reports
Elements of referencing
Australian Guide to Legal Citation 4th edition (AGLC4)