Use initial(s) or first name (as it appears in the journal), then last name, followed by a comma.
E.g. Hoi L Kong
B. Article Title
The title of the article is placed in quotation marks.
E.g. "Deliberative Constitutional Amendments"
The year is contained in parentheses.
D. Volume Number
Always include the volume number.
E. Issue Number
It is only mandatory to include the issue number when the issues of the volume are not consecutively paginated, meaning that page numbering begins at 1 for each issue. Otherwise, inclusion of the issue number is optional.
Issues follow the volume number with a colon.
E.g. 41:1 (volume 41, issue 1)
F. Journal or Review
Use the established abbreviation for the journal.
E.g. Queen's LJ
Refer to Appendix D of the McGill Guide Appendix D for a list of periodical abbreviations.
Section 6.1.6 of the McGill Guide provides guidance for when there isn't an established abbreviation.