Generalist law journals can include relevant articles eg
Rob Heywood & José Miola The changing face of pre-operative medical disclosure: placing the patient at the heart of the matter, (2017) 133 LQR 133 296 (LQR is Law Quarterly Review)
However, there are specialist medico-legal journals such as those listed below. The top group are available electronically to holders of an Oxford SSO.
This resource is on the free web
Journals with UK focus
AVMA medical & legal journal (1990-1994) in print at Cw UK 300 A185
Current legal problems (1948- ) in print at Cw UK 300 C200
Dispatches (1990-2004) in print at Cw UK 300 D40
Journal of the Medical Defence Union (later MDU journal) (1985- ) in print at Cw UK 300 M140
Medical law monitor (1994- ) in print at Cw UK 300 M150
Medical law review (1993- ) in print at Cw UK 300 M160
Personal Injury Compensation (2004- ) in print at Cw UK 300 P27
(previously called )
Personal injury law journal (2001- ) in print at Cw UK 300 P27.6
Journals with a US focus
Journal of contemporary health law and policy (1985- ) in print at USA 300 J55
Journal of law, medicine & ethics (1973- ) in print at USA 300 J85
Journals looking at more than one jurisdiction
European journal of health law (1994- ) in print at General 300 E40
Medical law international (1994- ) in print at General 300 M15
Medicine, science, and the law (1960- ) in print at Crim 300 M50
Medico-legal journal of Ireland (1996- ) in print at Ireland 300 M15
Lawyers and law students should not rely solely on the Journal Articles tab on SOLO, nor become over reliant on Google Scholar.
There are special tools for you - make use of them too!
Don't forget the possibility of inter-disciplinary interest!