If the article is available in print copy as well as online, cite the hard copy version. There is no need to cite an electronic source for such a publication.
The elements of citation are as follows:
- Cite the author’s name first (followed by a coma)
- Give the ‘title of the article’ (within single quotation marks)
- Year of publication [in square brackets if it identifies the volume] or (in round brackets if there is a separate volume number)
- The volume number if there is one
- The name of the journal (in full or abbreviated form – with no full stops)
- And the first page of the article.
Carmen Draghici, ‘Immigration Tribunal fees as a barrier to access to justice and substantive human rights protection for children’  PL 1
John Gardner, ‘The Negligence Standard: Political not Methaphysical’ (2017) 80 MLR 1
Tip! Put a coma after the first page of the article if there is a pinpoint:
JAG Griffith, ‘The Common Law and the Political Constitution’ (2001) 117 LQR 42, 64.
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