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Treaties & treaty law: Journals

Introduction

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.

Journals & e-journals

Printed resources


The LawBod's collection of public international law journals have shelf marks beginning Internat 300.
For issues from & including 2000 are on Floor 3. Earlier issues (from & including 1999) are on Ground Floor.
The arrangement is then alphabetical, by the first word of the journal's title.

Yearbooks can be an exception - eg. yearbooks of the UN & its organs may well be in Official Papers.

Working papers, pre-prints, OA and Institutional Repositories

Blogs

Finding commentary in journals and books