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    I'm having difficulty with being able to find a citation for sources of LexisNexis.

    When using the Harvard style (which my university does), it's usually the author and the date, i.e. (Jones, 1998), as opposed to the footnote method.

    However, how would an in-text citation for, say, Halsbury's laws work? What I want is located at this place: SENTENCING (VOLUME 92 (2015)) > 6. PREVENTIVE ORDERS > (1) CRIMINAL ORDERS > (ii) Sexual Harm Prevention Orders. How would one cite that in-text?

    Would it be (Halsbury's Laws, volume 92, 2015)? It just looks odd.

    Thank you!
 
 
 
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