Citations in the body of the page, using a superscript (raised) number
A list of footnotes at the bottom (foot) of each page, for all citations on that page
A Bibliography provided at the end of the paper, giving details of each source mentioned in the text, as well as details of other sources consulted in preparing the paper. A bibliography is optional and required at the discretion of individual academics.
AGLC3 is medium neutral, that is, there is no need to include the online reference to a case, act, article, book or other source of legal information unless it is not available in print and solely published online.
How to use AGLC3 effectively:
Read the general rules (Part 1) which outline the conventions used across all legal sources - then go to the specific source type.
The most specific rule for a source should be used.
Where a source is not included in AGLC3, adapt the closest fitting rule; common sense applies here.