The Australian Guide to Legal Citation (ALGLC) is a footnote-based citation style. The footnote should be placed after the punctuation of the relevant portion of the text. You may reference part of a sentence if necessary. For further information, see AGLC4 rule1.1.2 at p 2.
'Direct quotations should always be followed by a footnote unless their source is provided in full in the text.' 6
6. Melbourne University Law Review Association and Melbourne Journal of International Law, Australian Guide to Legal Citation (4th ed, 2018) 1.