Many of law journals you will have encountered in studying current law also accept articles dealing with legal history e.g. Cambridge Law Journal (CLJ), Law Quarterly Review (LQR), Modern Law Review (MLR), and the Harvard Law Review (HLR).
There are other journals which you may find particularly useful are:
The Irish Jurist (IJ) at Ireland 300 I50
American Journal of legal history
|USA 300 A130||AJLH|
|Criminal Justice History||Crim 300 C115||CJH|
|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|
|Law & humanities||Jurisp 300 L15||L and H|
|Comparative Legal History||General 300 E100||CLH|
Clearly there are so many available, this guide cannot do much more than point out some social & economic history journals which are available electronically
None of the physical print runs will be in the Law Bod - use SOLO to find out where they are. Remember to limit your search via the drop down menu - change All items to journals for example.
We also urge you to benefit from the wisdom of our history colleagues!