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No rule:  AGLC 4 does not have a rule for the Bible. In the introductory notes on page xi, the editors suggest that source types which are not included in AGLC should have citations constructed using the closest fitting rule. The resulting citations should be  clear, accurate and consistent with the AGLC style. Law students undertaking Logos or Core Curriculum courses should follow the information in the Chicago Referencing Guide: Religious & Classical Works for citing Biblical books. A short summary is given below.

General rule: Book, Chapter:Verse (Version)
  • Use the full title of the Biblical book using roman letters (not italics) when used in the narrative text.
  • Use numerals only in both narrative text and footnotes when citing chapters and verses. These are separated by a colon with no spaces.
  • The Bible version may be indicated in the first footnote parenthetically, if relevant (usually used when comparing several versions of the Bible). This is not ordinarily needed for Core Curriculum or Logos coursework.


In-text

… when Leviticus 19:12 is considered in this light…

... the meaning in 2 Kings 12:19 (New Revised Standard Version) is interpreted as ....

 

Footnotes: Follow the Chicago Footnote method (see chapters 10.44, 14.239), and use an abbreviated form for the Biblical book (see chapters 10.45 (OT) and 10.47 (NT). Use roman letters (not italics). Again, the Bible version may be included parenthetically if relevant. 


First Footnote

3 2 Kgs 12:19  (New Revised Standard Version).
4 Prb 1:2-7.

Bibliography

Not applicable

References to the Jewish or Christian scriptures usually appear in text citations or notes rather than in bibliographies.

Rule 7.14.1 General Rule

Film, television and other media should be cited as follows:
'Episode Title', Film title/Series title (Version details,Studio/Production Company/Producer, Year) Pinpoint.

  • Pinpoint references should be to a point in time or a time span in the recording in accordance with rule 1.11.3-1.11.4
  • A URL to the transcript or recording may be included in accordance with rules 4.4-4.5, where it would aid retrieval. 

 

Films and Audiovisual Recordings

Rule 7.14.2
 


First footnote

97. Blade Runner: The Final Cut (Ladd Company, 2007).

Subsequent footnotes

98. Ibid (n 97) 0:43:00

Television series

Rule 7.14.3
Where an episode does not have title and is numbered consecutively, it should appear as follows: 'Episode Number'.
Where an episode does not have a title, and is numbered by season, it should appear as follows: 'Season Number, Episode Number'.


First footnote

1. 'Indefensible', Making a Murderer (Netflix, 2015)
2. 'The Paradise Papers', Four Corners (Australian Broadcasting Corporation, 2017) 0:40:00-0:45:00 <http://www.abc.net.au/4corners/the-paradise-papers/9124930>

Subsequent footnotes

3. 'Indefensible', Making a Murderer 0:47:00-0:48:00

Radio segments

Rule 7.14.4
In general, where the episode number or date is part of the episode title, it should not be omitted or altered and the original episode title should appear as it does in the original source.
Quotation marks in episode titles should adhere to rule 1.5.1.
'Episode Title', Film title/Series title (Version details,Studio/Production Company/Producer, Year) Pinpoint.

 

First footnote

109. What Could Tomorrow Look Like?, The Lawyers Weekly Show (Lawyers Weekly, 2 February 2018) 00:06:20.

Subsequent footnotes

110. Ibid (n 109) 00:07:30

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