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Can "et ali" be proper?

The declension of alius is available from Wiktionary. In no person, case, or number is it *ali. In plural number, alii may be masculine nominative or masculine vocative, so the use in et alii is ...
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Can "et ali" be proper?

To collate the comments into an actual answer: No, this is neither a common convention nor valid Latin. Perhaps the professor is using et ali consciously and according to some personal scheme. Occam's ...
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Is there a standard symbol for denoting a chapter in a citation?

Not that I know of. There is the ancestor of the pilcrow sign, though, called capitulum. Obsolete but available in unicode nonetheless. U+2E3F ⸿ I've ...
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