• In the 6th edition of the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (2010), Appendix 7.1 References to Legal Materials advises:
"References to legal materials... which include court decisions, statutes, other legislative materials, and various secondary sources, are more useful to the reader if they provide the information in the conventional format of legal citations" (p. 216).
• For this reason, all students, when asked to cite Australian legal materials using APA Style, should follow the examples below and for further examples refer to the AGLC - Referencing Guide.
Reported cases in a series organised by volume
(King v Philcox (2015)) OR King v Philcox (2015)
King v Philcox (2015) 255 CLR 30
Reported cases in a series organised by year
(Mond v Lipshut ) OR Mond v Lipshut 
Mond v Lipshut  2 VR 342
Corporations Act 2001 s 1 OR Corporations Act 2001 (Cth) s 1
Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)
Land Tax Act 2002 s 1 OR Land Tax Act 2002 (WA) s 1
Land Tax Act 2002 (WA)
United Nations materials
Other documents should be cited as per their format: Internet/website material, journal articles, press releases, publications, etc..