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Legal referencing / Anita Stuhmcke.

By: Stuhmcke, Anita.
Series: Butterworths guides. Publisher: Sydney : LexisNexis Butterworths, c2005Edition: 3rd ed.Description: xi, 185 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 0409321990 (pbk.); 9780409321999 (pbk.).Other title: Butterworths guides : legal referencing.Subject(s): Citation of legal authorities | Legal researchDDC classification: 340.148
Contents:
1. Introduction to legal referencing and this guide. - 2. Non-legal styles of referencing. - 3. Legal referencing. - 4. The fundamentals of legal referencing and writing. - 5. Case law. - 6. Statutes and other kinds of legislation. - 7. Textbooks, looseleaf services, legal encyclopaedias, legal dictionaries. - 8. Journals or periodicals. - 9. Newspapers, magazines, conference papers, unpublished material, bible, lectures. - 10. Parliamentary debates, reports and bills. - 11. How to cite legal materials located electronically. - 12. United Kingdom, Canada and United States. - 13. Referencing in exams. - 14. Where to find help.
Item type Current location Call number Copy number Status Notes Date due Barcode Remark
Main Collection Taylor's Library-TC
340.148 STU (Browse shelf) 1 Available SAMSH,26000,03,GR 5000085580
Main Collection TU External Storage-LCS
340.148 STU (Browse shelf) 1 Available UNISA, 240324 1000514074 Please fill up online form at https://taylorslibrary.taylors.edu.my/services/external_storage1
Main Collection TC External Storage
340.148 STU (Browse shelf) 1 Available SAMxx,01000,03,GR 5000084988 Please fill up online form at https://taylorslibrary.taylors.edu.my/services/external_storage1

Previous ed.: Butterworths, 2001.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

1. Introduction to legal referencing and this guide. - 2. Non-legal styles of referencing. - 3. Legal referencing. - 4. The fundamentals of legal referencing and writing. - 5. Case law. - 6. Statutes and other kinds of legislation. - 7. Textbooks, looseleaf services, legal encyclopaedias, legal dictionaries. - 8. Journals or periodicals. - 9. Newspapers, magazines, conference papers, unpublished material, bible, lectures. - 10. Parliamentary debates, reports and bills. - 11. How to cite legal materials located electronically. - 12. United Kingdom, Canada and United States. - 13. Referencing in exams. - 14. Where to find help.

Australian Degree Programme : LAWS1002

Legal Studies : 2LEG20