You should cite material as internet materials only where:
- the item is not available in published form
- no other AGLC4 rule applies.
The full AGLC4 rule for internet materials can be found at 7.15 on p 130.
||Web Page Title
|| Full date)
|Board of Examiners,
||Council of Legal Education
||08 November 2016)
- Document title — single quotation marks
- Web page title — treat like title of book, italicise do not add if the website name is the same as the author name
- Document type — for example 'Blog Post, 'Forum Post'. If type is unclear use 'Web Page'
- Full date — date of last update, or, if that is not available, the full creation date
- Pinpoint — web pages do not usually have pinpoints, if they appear include in citation in square brackets
- URL — enclosed by point brackets. Note: if the full URL is too long it is acceptable to direct readers to the general URL of the website.
- Ahmed Aly Khedr, 'Overview of United Arab Emirates Legal System', GlobaLex (Web Page, January 2018) <http://www.nyulawglobal.org/globalex/United_Arab_Emirates1.html>.