In text citation:
Citing a direct quote
If you wish to quote something said by a judge, include their name in the in-text citation. If the judge is:
In 'Gill and another v El Vino Co Ltd' (1983) Griffiths LJ stated that "...the only question that remains is: is she being treated less favourably than men?."
In the case of 'Gill and another v El Vino Co Ltd' (1983) it was found that there was unlawful discrimination against women.
The elements which should be included in your bibliography / reference list are:
(i) Name of case (in single quotation marks)
(ii) Year (in round brackets)
(iii) Title of law report (in italics)
(iv) Volume number
(v) Page numbers
If you are citing a variety of different materials such as books and journal articles it may be neater to have a separate list of cases in references