EndNote is a program for storing and retrieving references that works with Microsoft Word to create correctly formatted citations and reference lists in a selected referencing style.
EndNote is an essential tool for postgraduate students intending to compile large reference lists in their theses.
The University of Technology Sydney (UTS) has created an output style for legal referencing using EndNote that conforms with the requirements of the AGLC.
For information about how to set up the AGLC4 legal output style in EndNote, visit the Referencing Output Styles page in the EndNote Library Guide.
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