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Australia: legal resources: Journals

Finding Austalian law journals and articles

A journal is a regular publication (monthly, yearly, etc.) in which you will find academic and research articles. The articles present current research and quick (but thoughtful) responses to legal developments, such as Case Comments..
Journals which are peer-reviewed submit potential articles to evaluation by other experts before publication, so you can be confident of the quality of those finally included in the volume. 
The majority of journals held by the Bodleian Libraries in both physical and electronic formats can be searched via SOLO, however you may find the Law Library's own database easier to use.

 Printed resources

Issues & volumes from 2000 onwards are on Level 1. Earlier parts are on the Ground Floor. Both areas are freely accessible to readers.

Australian journal of competition and consumer law
(formerly Trade Practices Law Journal)                              Cw Austral 300 T50
Australian Law Journal                                                        Cw Austral 300 A30
Australian Property Law Journal                                         Cw Austral 300 A60
Adelaide Law Review     (Adel L Rev)                                 Cw Austral 300 A1
Melbourne University Law Review                                      Cw Austral 300 M20
Monash University Law Review                                          Cw Austral 300 M30
Sydney Law Review                                                            Cw Austral 300 S20
Tort Law Review                                                                  Cw Austral 300 T20
University of New South Wales Law Journal                       Cw Austral 300 U7
University of Western Australian Law Review                      Cw Austral 300 W20

Inter-library loans

If the Bodleian Libraries don't have the journal you are looking for, we may be able to source it through Oxford's inter-library loan service.

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If the Bodleian Libraries don't have the journal or article you are looking for, you can make a recommendation by completing the form below (Oxford Single-Sign On required).