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United States: legal resources: Journals

Introduction [journals only]

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 ejournals.

On this page you will find recommended journals and guidance on how to search for and access print and ejournals.

Journals, working papers etc

Holders of an Oxford SSO have 3 main online routes to articles published in US law journals, use links below:

The link below should help find US Open Access journal articles available to all

Finding articles on US law

Holders of an Oxford SSO can access CILP, the Current Index to Legal Periodicals produced by the Gallagher Law Library (Washington University) via both HeinOnline & Westlaw.

As HeinOnline's (USA) Law Journal Library is so extensive, its Scholarcheck function is one way to discover articles on similar topics.

Print holdings

An Index to Legal Periodical Literature (1803-1937)
(
sometimes known as the Jones-Chipman Index)

Ref Bibl General I35

ILP : Index to Legal Periodicals (1908-1996)
Note the volumes which we have in print & the continuation
of the service to date are available via to OU members
electronically via the links above

Ref Bibl General I56