The following are law specific types of information that you may need to reference:
AGLC4 uses footnotes to reference.
Citing the NSW Crimes Act of 1900 section 10B on Geographical Jurisdiction Interpretation would look like this:
Crimes Act 1900 (NSW) s 10B.
|Title of the Act or Regulation||Year||(Jurisdiction)||Pinpoint|
|Crimes Act||1900||(NSW)||s 10B.|
|Author||in-text||Reference List example|
Author's first name or Initial(s) Surname, Title of book (Publisher, Edition if noted,Year).
Jane Doe, Law Today (Evidence Incorporated, 2017).
|Doe, Jane, Law Today (Evidence Incorporated, 2017)|
|2 or more authors||as above||
When there are two or more authors, only the first author's name and surname should be inverted.
Doe, Jane and John Doe, Law Today (Evidence Incorporated, 2017)
|4 or more authors||Use 'et al'||as above|
Note when citing journals in-text use the journal title but omit the initial 'The'.
Author's First Name Surname, 'Title of article' (Year) Volume (Issue) Journal Name Starting page/Pinpoint.
Charles Weiger, 'The ethical analysis of risk' (2000) 28 (4) Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics 344.