Lawyers and law students should not rely solely on the Journal Articles tab on SOLO, nor become over reliant on Google Scholar.
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Journals with a specific focus on Roman law have shelf marks starting Roman 300 (Issues from 2000 onwards can be found on Floor 1; pre-2000 issues are on Floor 0)
However there are some law journals with a more general legal historical slant which may yet sometimes have useful articles.
American Journal of legal history
|USA 300 A130||AJLH|
|Journal of Legal History||Cw UK 300 J70||JLH|
|Law and History Review||USA 300 L65||LHR|
|Legal history (formerly Australian Journal of Legal History)||Cw Austral 300 A27.5|
|Tijdschrift voor rechtsgeschiedenis||Netherlands 300 T50||Tijds Rgeschied or Leg.Hist.Rev|
|Revue historique de droit francais et etranger||France 300 R210||RHD|
Finally, generalist law journals may also accept articles dealing with legal history - and for Roman law this is especially true of journals published in civil law jurisdictions.