A journal is a regular publication (monthly, yearly, etc.) in which you will find academic and research articles. The articles present current research and are critiqued by experts before publication, so you can be confident of their quality. The majority of journals held by the Bodleian Libraries in both physical and electronic formats can be searched via SOLO, as can the individual articles within many law ejournals.
On this page you will find recommended journals and guidance on the special online tools to help you find articles in law journals.
Members of OU have access to many law journals via the various electronic databases to which the LawBod subscribes.
Below are links to some of the specialist journals in this area.
Ways to find journals not listed above and/or search for articles across many journals
Open Access Journals
There are special tools - make use of them
Legal periodicals/journals are generally shelved according to the jurisdiction or the subject area they cover.
Periodicals dealing with English law are at Cw UK 300 on Level 2
Public International law journals from 2000 onwards are on Level 3 (earlier issues are on the Ground Floor) with shelf marks starting Internat 300.
Comparative law journals from 2000 onwards are on Level 1 (earlier issues are on the Ground Floor) with shelf marks starting General 300.
A weekly display of the most recent issues of journals is put up in the Reading Room, on the level at which you enter the LawBod.