Journal article with two to three authors
Entry in Bibliography
Authors ‘Title of Article’ (Year of Publication) Volume (Issue if required) Name of Publication Page Reference
Entry in Footnote
Authors, 'Title of Article' (Year of Publication) Volume (Issue if Required) Name of Publication Page Reference.
Christine Eastwood, Sally Kift and Rachael Grace 'Attrition in Child Sexual Assault Cases: Why Lord Chief Justice Hale Got It Wrong' (2006) 16 Journal of Judicial Administration 81
- For works by two or more authors, in the bibliography entry, only the first author’s name and surname should be inverted.
- The full title of the journal, (as it appears on the title page) should be italicised.
- For journals organised by volume number, the year of publication should appear in parentheses (round brackets).
- For journals organised by year, the relevant year should appear in square brackets.
- Italicise the name of the journal/publication and volume number.
- Capitalize the first and all major words of the publication name. Give the publication name in full. e.g. Harvard Law Review.
- Capitalize the article title as follows - first word of title and subtitle and proper names and proper adjectives. e.g. Still moving: Between cinema and photography.
- Give the volume number of journals, magazines and newsletters.
- The name of the article needs to have smartquotes (single quotaton marks) either side of it.
- Citation includes the starting page of the article only, not the page range.
- Author’s name must include a comma after it.
- The full title of the journal should not be abbreviated.
- ‘The’ should not be included at the start of a journal title.