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This guide is representative of the 6th edition Publication Manual of APA.
APA examples are not exhaustive and focus on referencing and citations. Assistance from your professor and/or Writing Centre is suggested for clarification.
Users are responsible for interpretation of APA style guidelines and to seek further assistance when necessary.
Effective October 1, 2019.
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Some subject areas or courses may require you to use Modern Language Association (MLA) citation style. Here are some resources to help you with MLA citation.
Please check with your professor to determine how case law, legislation, and other legal information should be cited in your assignment. If you're asked to use the Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation (a.k.a. the "McGill Guide"), you can consult the guide at most library locations.
University of British Columbia (UBC) Law - Legal Citation Guide provides examples of legal citations using the McGill guide (Canadian Guide to Uniform Legal Citation)