Case citations (references) hold all of the key information to allow you to locate a Case. Let's have a look at an example of an AGLC4 Case citation to see what the elements are.
Mabo v Queensland [No 2] (1992) 175 CLR 1
|Parties / Case Name||Mabo v Queensland [No 2]|
|Law report abbreviation||CLR|
You'll see some Case citations with round brackets around the year, as shown above, while other Cases will have square brackets around the year, e.g., R v Charles  VR 8.
Round brackets in a citation, indicates that the volume number is the primary source of structure for the law report series.
Square brackets in a citation, indicates that the law report series is structured by year.
Using this case citations below, drag the terms into the correct box
Minister for Immigration and Citizenship v SZMDS  ALMD 4884
Minister for Immigration and Citizenship v SZMDS (2010) 266 ALR 367