A pinpoint is a reference to a specific paragraph of a judgment or page of a report which comes at the end of the citation. Usually, the pinpoint will be a page number but with judgments, especially with neutral citations, use a paragraph number instead. The paragraph number should be enclosed within square brackets [ ].
For Judgments & Reports:
For other materials:
Below are some examples of pinpointing.
Callery v Gray  EWCA Civ 1117,  1 WLR 2112 , .
Bunt v Tilley  EWCH 407 (QB),  3 All ER 336  - .
Beattie v E & F Beattie Ltd  Ch 708 (CA) 720, 723.
Pinpointing is not used in the bibliography.
Examples of cases without pinpointing:
Callery v Gray  EWCA Civ 1117,  1 WLR 2112
Beattie v E & F Beattie Ltd  Ch 708 (CA) 720