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AGLC Referencing Style

A guide to applying AGLC

Royal Commission Reports

AGLC Rule 6.1.7

Jurisdiction - use the full name of the jurisdiction not the abbreviation. If the royal commission has been commissioned by several jurisdictions all should be inlcuded in alphabetical order.

Name of Royal Commission

Title - italicise the title and capitalise all words in the title except articles (“the”, “a”, “an”), conjunctions (e.g. “and”, “but”, etc.) and prepositions (e.g. “on”, “with”, etc.).

Year of publication - in round brackets. Do not include the publisher or place of publication.

Pinpoint References - include the volume number in the pinpoint if there are multiple volumes. Pinpoint references may also inlcude paragraph numbers in addition to pages.

Examples:

Commonwealth, Royal Commisison into the Building and Construction Industry, Final Report (2003) vol 7, 19.

Victoria, Royal Commission Inquiring into the Origins, Aims, Objects and Funds of the Communist Party in Victoria and Other Related Matters, Report (1950).

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