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See Rule 1.1 in the Australian Guide to Legal Citation 4th Edition.
Subsequent references - see Rule 1.4 in the Australian Guide to Legal Citation 4th Edition.
Note that this rule has been broadened so that the style '(n[Footnote Number])' now applies to all source types (Rule 1.4.1).
See Rule 1.13 in the Australian Guide to Legal Citation 4th Edition. A sample bibliography is provided on AGLC 4 page 36.
Atiyah, P S, The Damages Lottery (Hart Publishing, 1997)
Dworkin, Ronald, Law's Empire (Fontana, 1986)
Johnson, David R and David G Post, 'Law and Borders - The Rise of Law in Cyberspace' (1996) 48 Stanford Law Review 1367
Burger King Corporation v Hungry Jack's Pty Ltd (2001) 69 NSWLR 558, 570 (Sheller, Beazley and Stein JJA), quoting Metropolitan Life Insurance Co v RJR Nabisco Inc, 716 F Supp 1504, 1517 (Walker J) (SDNY, 1989).
Sandy Steel, 'On When Fairchild Applies' (2015) 131(3) Law Quarterly Review 363, 364, cited in Caason Investments Pty Ltd v Cao (2015) 236 FCR 332, 357  (Edelman J).
See Rule 1.3 in the Australian Guide to Legal Citation 4th Edition.
Commercial Bank of Australia v Amadio (1983) 151 CLR 447 quoted in Elizabeth Ellis, Principles and Practice of Australian Law (Thomson Reuters, 2nd ed, 2009) 205-206.