Case citations are a standard way of abbreviating the name and publication details of a case. The standard AGLC4 format is:
The main case citators to use are:
* If you find a case in a journal article, encyclopedia or book, don't forget to check if the case is still good law using Lexis+ signals or Westlaw flags.
** If you find an unreported judgment, check for parallel citations to see if it has been reported elsewhere (authorised version).
Use CASE CITATORS to search for cases that have considered a particular Statute (Act of Parliament), Bill or delegated/subordinate legislation ('legislation judicially considered').
Lexis Advance (CaseBase):
Jade Citator (open access)
LawCite (open access)
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